Friday, January 23, 2015

This Blog Stealing Posts!

NOTICE:  If this post appears anywhere other than www.murphyandstanley.blogspot.com then be aware it was illegal stolen.  No permission is granted to copy this post.  This notice especially applies to the blog at http://ur-dogs-training.com/.  They absolutely do NOT have permission to use any of our photos or content!

20 comments:

  1. It showed up on their site, again. This is so frustrating! Someone on the Facebook Pet Blogging Support group suggested that they might have that blog set up like an RSS reader and that's how it's copying stuff.

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    1. It is a feeder, you can see it on their blog and they have now stolen a post from Dawg Business!

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  2. Bastards is right, aye Bella Roxy and Dui?? AND Morons! Galahs! Drongos and CRIMINALS!!!

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  3. Oh, no! This sort of rotten behavior is NOT allowed in Blogville. Bastards is definitely right. Well, we know the REAL Murphy and Stanley and the others can just go take a leap.

    So sorry this happened.

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  4. That is not cool.
    Bad karma will come to them.
    xo Cinnamon

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    1. Or not, they will just keep doing it. Guys you need to protect your stuff. x

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  5. Wow, what a thing to have happened to you. Your stuff was taken from the internet.

    Dear Murphy and Stanley.
    You had no back up's or no water marks on any of your photo's ? Things happen.

    Stuff happens.

    Your very welcome ref the ecard Freya Rose Blossom sent you earlier. Freya sent it because she and I have been rather absent from the blogging world for a few weeks. Just wanted everyone to know we were still around. pleased it has made your day and cheered you up.

    You have certainly made my day !
    x
    Freya Rose Blossom and Michele Vaile.

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  6. Can I just add, IF you do not want any of your own contents stolen from your own web site or blogger post, then water mark your photo's.Do all you can to track the contents of what you have posted. It can be done.
    It goes on the web and it is fair game to anyone. It's up to you what you do to protect your own contents. No good moaning about it well after the event. Luvs x

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  7. WE agree with Bella and Roxy and Dui and Charlie... They are BASS TURDS ! !

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  8. No, they are thieves but we can all do things to make sure our own things are safe.. Watermark and track. x x x

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  9. Yeah guys they are that too ;-) x x x

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  10. Poop on them!!! We do not like thieves!!
    poop,, poop,, poop
    love
    tweedles

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  11. The watermarks did not stop them from reposting http://ur-dogs-training.com/ethics-of-hiking-with-dogs.html from http://dzdogadventures.blogspot.com/2015/01/ethics-of-hiking-with-dogs.html

    Who Is data for ur-dogs-training:
    https://who.godaddy.com/whoisstd.aspx?domain=ur-dogs-training.com&prog_id=GoDaddy&k=6zD0bRs1LXLgCvFMoAgYNxKJmk+H5Mi+wsvIi8tDlHkQlcxsjvmQXI8v4rMADw7eoMwUgX3rV+Q%3d

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  12. What to do? How can we protect out content?
    Licks,
    Marley

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  13. Hari Om
    Doods, two things are apparent from the appearance of this post over there (not that I have looked but clearly others have) is
    a) anyone reading there will see your outrage and know the blog for what it is .. and
    b) it is clearly not being run 'live' and is indeed just a robot page.

    I am going to share here the two links I sent you by email last evening so that others may read them and make their own plans around this thing.
    This techy one
    and This slightly more user-friendly one.

    Watermarking photographs does not necessarily cut down theft but is a deterrent; though there are some real sharks who go to the effort of trimming images of the marking - which is why I am starting to place the marking in places on the image which make this tricky for them.

    Another thing is that, when putting links anywhere in your blog (or in comments as I just did) it is important to utilise the HTML command "nofollow" in the link which also cuts down the phishers....

    Oh my - so much effort; then again it does no harm to have prods to wake us up to the need for continual self-education! May I suggest, your doodships, that we spread our own version of this post throughout Blogville? If everyone puts up a small and sharp post re-establishing their right to the content and images they post** (whether or not they think anything has been stolen) it will help to build one of the 'appropriate barriers' our community requires?

    Hmmmmm think I need to build a full post around this..... Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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    1. oopss, the ** was about the fact that if we ourselves use 'borrowed' stuffs, which we all do from time to time, it is very important to acknowledge the source, otherwise we ourselves become 'content scrapers'...Yxx

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  14. Uggg - I see so many of our friends over there.

    Monty and Harlow

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Don't just sniff around, leave your mark with a comment so we know you've stopped by. Wags!!