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  Post #16 (permalink)   06-25-2007, 10:54 AM
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sorry to repeat , you have NO right to accuse us of stealing , only the owner of those copyrights have to rights to decide if we stole the content or not , and NOT YOU .
 
 
 


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  Post #17 (permalink)   06-25-2007, 12:41 PM
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You cannot justify your actions by saying that no one but the author can accuse you of content theft. Anyone can accuse you as long as the proof is valid. The owner is the only one who can take legal action though.

If you had some form of written permission from the original author to use his/her works, then it would be ok. Otherwise, you are fighting a losing battle.

Whether it's one sentence or an entire site, it's still wrong.
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  Post #18 (permalink)   06-25-2007, 01:03 PM
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sorry to repeat , you have NO right to accuse us of stealing , only the owner of those copyrights have to rights to decide if we stole the content or not , and NOT YOU .

What are you talking about?
Are you even younger than we give you credit for?
You claim to own a business and you come up with silly little statements like this?

If you are a thief, which you have already admitted, ANYONE has the right to call you that.
The owner of the copyright is irrelevant. The evidence is there and you just keep denying it.
Perhaps you could spend a little time answering some of the questions you have been asked in this thread, INCLUDING pointing out some of the copyright violations you claim to be in my site.

If not then perhaps you should just bow out junior.

You don't even have the guts to state which company you represent.
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You don't even have the guts to state which company you represent.
Now who is the kid ?
 
 
 


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  Post #20 (permalink)   06-25-2007, 03:07 PM
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Now who is the kid ?
Classic.

Blue, I think you are wasting time with him. I think he pointed out PSM (premiumservermanagement), and did not deny when I guessed Tech4Server.com, so I guess the record is public now.
 
 
 


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Sad but true Art.
I find it pathetic and an embarrassment to our industry that little kiddies like this consider themselves serious hosts.
Any host who claims that it's OK to steal content and doesn't even have the fortitude to name his/her company and back up the statements is a joke and sadly becoming more and more prevalent.

What is even more sad is that Summer has just started and we will see a whole new slew of these children pretending to be business men.
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I will keep this thread updated in dedication to all the thieves we have in the industry. There is certainly never a lack of them, so why not bring them a little more "shame" publicity?

Today I stumbled upon another site the owner of which probably shares the common philosophy of why steal the content alone when you can steal everything.

What seems to be an original version:
http://www.devioushosting.com

What seems to be the stolen version:
http://serverhostplus.com

What's funny is that someone else stole the already stolen content from ServerHostPlus.com:
http://evasenet.net/ (content on About Us paragraph)

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we understand that the world of hosting can seem a little bit daunting at times, that's why we offer guidance all of the way. When you have a problem with your hosting, no matter how small, you can contact us very easily. We've all used them dreaded Ticketing Systems before, and we know that they can be annoying at times, that's we use the best one on the market! Kayako SupportSuite! We will be ready to assist you as quickly as possible. We understand that in business, time is money, and any problems with your website, can seriously damage your corperate image. We also offer daily backuping to make sure that if you do have a problem with your files, you can easily restore to an earlier point. Just email us like usual to signup for daily backuping.
If anyone finds any more companies that steal content, feel free to post.
 
 
 


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  Post #23 (permalink)   07-07-2007, 04:43 AM
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I will keep this thread updated in dedication to all the thieves we have in the industry. There is certainly never a lack of them, so why not bring them a little more "shame" publicity?

Today I stumbled upon another site the owner of which probably shares the common philosophy of why steal the content alone when you can steal everything.

What seems to be an original version:
http://www.devioushosting.com

What seems to be the stolen version:
http://serverhostplus.com

What's funny is that someone else stole the already stolen content from ServerHostPlus.com:
http://evasenet.net/ (content on About Us paragraph)



If anyone finds any more companies that steal content, feel free to post.

I am CEO of evasenet ltd.

I sincerely appologise for this theft of content, it hadn't come to my attention that it was stolen until a friend done a google search for my site and found this.

The fact is the author of most of evasenet's content placed it on our site, who also designed the site.

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

We are creating a new design at the current moment anyway, which will be ready this week.

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I am CEO of evasenet ltd.

I sincerely appologise for this theft of content, it hadn't come to my attention that it was stolen until a friend done a google search for my site and found this.

The fact is the author of most of evasenet's content placed it on our site, who also designed the site.

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

We are creating a new design at the current moment anyway, which will be ready this week.
Thank you for acknowledging this theft. My advice for the future is to run Copyscape.com on content created by hired writers. It is irresponsible to publish content without checking its validity.

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  Post #25 (permalink)   07-07-2007, 04:02 PM
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Are you even younger than we give you credit for?
The design of his/her's website shows what kind of age we are looking at. Probably from Zymic.com or one of those free freelancer sites.

No need to get worked up about it because at the end of the day what goes around comes around.
 
 
 


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Hello there,

I have been contacted by Daniel, the CEO of Evasenet Co LTD. I created the original content of the website. I can assure you to the highest degree that i wrote that about us page.

As far as i can remember, (6 months ago), I wrote an article, but thought that it was of inferior quality, so i supplied Daniel with an *updated version*, which is what is on the website today.

I am very distressed at the illegal theft of copyrighted text. I have contacted the company is question and they have been supplied with an offical 26 day notice of removal. If they do not remove all copyrighted texts, i will be in contact with the courts.

I am very pleased that a member of the public would reveal this theft, because i wouldn't have found it.

Please be assured that the company in question has been dealt with correctly.

Please assure that you aquire the facts before making unfair assumptions which could affect the success of a business.

Thanks again,

Thomas Parker, Design and Managing Director of Evasenet LTD.

Further contact should be made via: thomas@evasenet.com, or through our Support System. We would be happy to assist in problems.
 
 
 


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The design of his/her's website shows what kind of age we are looking at. Probably from Zymic.com or one of those free freelancer sites.

No need to get worked up about it because at the end of the day what goes around comes around.
Yes, you are correct the original website was from Zymic.com, but afterall, what is wrong with that? We have been very successful without a extremely expensive "waste of money" website. Ours is fully functional without costing too much.

As Daniel says, another website is in the pipeline.

We have been around for quite some time, but Daniel bought the business from another web community member. But for the last 8 months, Daniel has owned and run it.

Thank you for being so positive towards a newly developing company, it's nice to know!
 
 
 


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I will keep this thread updated in dedication to all the thieves we have in the industry. There is certainly never a lack of them, so why not bring them a little more "shame" publicity?

Today I stumbled upon another site the owner of which probably shares the common philosophy of why steal the content alone when you can steal everything.

What seems to be an original version:
http://www.devioushosting.com

What seems to be the stolen version:
http://serverhostplus.com

What's funny is that someone else stole the already stolen content from ServerHostPlus.com:
http://evasenet.net/ (content on About Us paragraph)



If anyone finds any more companies that steal content, feel free to post.
Do you actually have any evidence that we stole their content, i can assure you that i wrote that all myself, and i was quite pleased with it. Please read higher posts to see the result.

EDIT: Sorry to keep posting, but if they've stolen content before, what has stopped them stealing content from our site now? Seems fishy to me.

I have issued the removal notice, via e-mail and their ticketing system, i will get in touch with you revealing the outcome.

They've got two options, magistrates or simple removal.

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Sorry that i keep posting, but soon after i sent the notice of removal, i was contacted by serverhostplus, and they told me that their designer did it.

They have corrected their site.

Artashes, i would like you to correct your post. Evidence below, and on http://serverhostplus.com's website, they have removed the offending content.

I can assure you are Evasenet has been correct from the start.

http://img158.imageshack.us/img158/4462/untitledvd8.png
Shot at 2007-07-09

UPDATE:

Apparently, serverhostplus never knew anything about a stolen website. Evidence below.
http://img508.imageshack.us/img508/8747/untitledwa8.png
Shot at 2007-07-09

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Nothing wrong with it, depending on what your customer 'audience is'.

Evasenet correct me if I'm wrong but you are based in the United Kingdom correct?
 
 
 
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