Sunday, February 24, 2013

Since blogs are stronger than news agencies?

Without giving names, I saw many blogs warning according to which no shred of text or images can be taken without the written consent of the blog owner.

Nice, but when blogger is not required to copy even a word, he that takes news from news agencies or other site / blog?

Blog Is it more valuable than anything else in online? I mean for example:
Mediafax , reality , truth is not allowed to take anything on blogs, but blogs can take, with or without link?????

8 Responses to How long are the hottest blogs as news agencies?

  1. Val33ntyn says:

    04/09/2011 at 15:13

    There's no connection between a personal blog and a news website.


    • Derscanu says:

      04/09/2011 at 4:06 p.m.

      Well site and blog and media releases are, because if it would not allow private search engine indexing.


  2. Pato Basil says:

    04/09/2011 at 3:58 p.m.

    can you hear the news on the radio and to comment on the blog : D ... Or to see on TV that is not know ... it's right that we should each to see the nose ... and preferably give link when someone takes something!


    • Derscanu says:

      04/09/2011 at 4:07 p.m.

      So I say, may take, but linked, be it blog or news site.


  3. overshift says:

    04/09/2011 at 16:52

    that suffer from megalomania.

    sane man realizes that I need a word from anyone to create something.

    man's brain as I recall -> so think -> so it is able to create.

    I do not understand where is the problem Astoria copy, and others "oh dear, I copied the article". That would be like small children at kindergarten "mommy mommy .. paul took my toy".

    of, if not the money, it's another thing. make use of the means necessary to punish, but you are not the stuff of genre xxxxxxxx "fataaaaa Valley!"


  4. adriank says:

    04/09/2011 at 10:48 p.m.

    is easier and more attractive to take over a story than to say something in your head. I still do with plagiarism I never understood it, I do not see what is the big fuss if someone copies something that automatically ... plagiarist in front of everyone and his mind becomes awkward, and I think that is enough. It's like you're cursing yourself.

    and those who are "stolen" should no longer fret so, that if you know their potential and not care what others say, but what they think about their work.


  5. Tudor says:

    06/09/2011 at 9:21 p.m.

    I have heard of situations where news agencies have taken information from blogs without mentioning the source. If you are less closely, you'll notice that says that source forums agencies only if the author is a political figure or a colleague to influence the media.

    Is important to note that the blog is the author's opinion and less appreciated how quickly posted on a tabloid event.


  6. Peter says:

    07/09/2011 at 1:16 p.m.

    If you do not want to copy from your blog (copy / paste) there are technical solutions and warnings not necessarily need. If you are inspired by what you wrote on the blog and do not mention where you got the idea / inspiration be ashamed.


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