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How Bloggers are Legally Copying Content and Getting the Credit

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Not Just Fiction

Yes, you read that right.

I was so shocked when I first found out about this!

And I swear this isn’t click-bait or anything like that. I rubbed my eyes twice and did my research and apparently this is a thing and I am simply enraged.

Hold on for a minute, I’m giving you all the tea.

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  1. it’s a bad, unencouraging, and illegal practice. I don’t wish anyone who practices it bad, but I’m contented that our creator has put in place the law of sowing and reaping—in quality and quantity: everyone will reap what they sow. that’s why people who take time and put in hard work are usually at the top of the blogging/writing pyramid after a while because people will notice the high degree their originality and genuineness; while the reverse is the case for those who do the opposite

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