Who Owns Content Published through RSS Feeds?
“If someone decides to take their RSS feed and republish it on their site,”
Larry Borsato writes: “I am a blogger, and I publish my content under Creative Commons license.
For commercial purposes, as long as they give me credit for the material. If shifter is one (…)
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“What if someone decides to take your RSS feed and republish it on your site”
Larry Borsato writes: “I am a blogger, and I publish my content under the Creative Commons license which allows others to share and adapt it for non-business purposes, as long as they give me Attribute the content.
If shifter is a commercial unit, as it seems, then he has clearly violated both the feelings and the letter of that agreement.
By providing the full content of my RSS feed, and so on my content, on my site, they deprive me of those visitors who would otherwise come directly to my site.
If I had an advertisement on my site, then they could have denied me revenue. “
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