would you please tell me that what should I do so anyone can't copy my web page text and Image

woul you please tell me that what should I do so anyone can't copy my web page text and Image
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  • Hi there Morgan,

    Here is another thread in the forum that has some information that should help you with this: Copy Protect My Pictures.

    If you need further assistance please let us know.

    Kind Regards,
    Emmy
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  • Hello Morgan,

    There are a few facilities that you can subscribe to that will detect stolen property from your site.

    One of the easiest things to do is to copy into Google a paragraph of a web-page or in fact a paragraph of your page. If someone has stolen it may come up on a search (would be dependent on that page being indexed). This is a bona-fide technique for examiners and teachers who wish to prove the originality or detect plagiarised work submitted It's a very handy hint.

    Images now can be registered and the service crawls the web looking at images against your collection. If it finds a copy it will advise you. This I've only seen recently and would have to relocate it to give you the name.

    Copyscape is another web-site protection service that you may like to look into. Any of these services have some effect on the casual stealing of intellectual property. The use of their logos and warnings would put a lot of opportunists off. Others have a good chance of being detected.

    Kershnee mentioned Creative commons and that really is an excellent way of stating your ownership and allowing, if you like, some use according to your decision of how your work may be used by others.
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  • I’m confident
    Peter, if Content is not "Copy Right" then if stole our CONTENT what we can do with the person who have stoled else Mail mail and mail ;)
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    Hi Hussain,

    If you created the work for example on your website, it is automatically copyright. As soon as you put your ideas on paper or computer or film or wherever it is copyright. It's an international convention. You do not have to register your property for copyright to be applied. Copyright lasts for 75 years after your death. I have no idea if Pakistan follows this convention and if it is law there. It would be easy for you to find out.

    If you find your material on someone else's website, the most polite and effective way of managing this is to write to them. Advise them that this your property and it is copyright to you. Ask them to remove the material and give them a reasonable time to do this. One of our fellow Synthasite/Yola users found some of his original material on a website in Bangladesh. he was an American citizen I think. he wrote to them and they removed their material. I had some material taken from my website and I wrote to the webmaster of the site. They apologised and removed the material within a day. This is the best outcome. I also was contacted by a person and advised that I had some of their copyright material on my website. I honestly believed that it was public domain but accepted the fact that it wasn't and removed it immediately. The artist then sent me a copy of his work and invited me to place it on my website.The point is that a polite email will probably get a lot of good reaction as soon as it's brought to the attention of the webmaster of the site.

    If the material remains on their site, then you can file a report. I think its the DMCA (?) that supervises all of this. You then send the report to the DMCA and they will contact the ISP or webhost of the offending site. They will investigate this and they can decide to disable or demand the removal of material of their site. At this stage it is in their hands and you would best remain out of the scene.

    It would not be likely that a law suit would be of great effect. The court probably would only call court costs and your legal costs at most. You probably wouldn't receive any significant financial compensation. It's not likely that it would be classified as a criminal offence either.

    If I can answer any other questions I am happy to do so.
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    A threat of some VooDoo will just flat out let them know you're not playing. Don't be mean or get all legal just yet. Be crazy. People are afraid of crazy.
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  • Any updated info available? How would I disable right click to copy on my site? I also heard that there are snippets of Java code that can be installed that prevent copying. Please advise.
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    • OK. Text is relatively easy to monitor if you wish to search for plagiarism.

      Copy and paste a sentence or two into Google for example. It will locate any occurrence of this, including your own, and display the web-site names. You can then check this for yourself.

      A process for having the material removed is given in the posts above.
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