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What content you will lock now?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Van Damme, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Van Damme

    Van Damme Registered Member

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    With all this shitstorm around FBI and file hosting websites, many niches were taken down, so many, that in fact, I already don't know what content can I use for my websites with content locker.

    I've got a movie website, anime website, ebooks website even hacks/bots/keygen website, and at the end of the day, it's all copyrighted stuff, what the f- should I do to add content that's not copyrighted?
     
  2. Quazpolter

    Quazpolter Junior Member

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    Hack together your own ebook(s), they don't have to be good.
    Hacks and aimbots, while copyrighted by the hack makers it still should not be a problem.
    Don't think cracks and no-cd patches and the such are actually illegal, but the CPA companies still might have a problem with them.
     
  3. paulcarter97

    paulcarter97 Regular Member

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    Beware, your website will be taken down, and legal action will be taken. The FBI will pursue you to the end of the WORLD !!!.

    Nah, just kidding. Do nothing, the SOPA won't pass anyway. It is just a crysis, it will be gone before we even know it.
     
  4. ThisDream

    ThisDream Regular Member

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    Don't do anything right now. Be a creature, sit down for a while and see how it all turns out.
     
  5. μελαγχολία

    μελαγχολία Junior Member

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    I would wait and see what happens. Anyway I'm pretty sure it will become much more risky making money with that kind of content in the near future.
     
  6. afroman444

    afroman444 Newbie

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    I think you should be fine; however, consider locking legal content related to the content you provide right now. eg. ebooks, guides and tutorial videos
     
  7. meathead1234

    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Try locking something that 968,038 other people aren't ;)