Google and know the stealer of my articles.

By | May 9, 2019

Recently I came across ‘a similar thinking mind’. At first sight it made me happy and connected to the author. But further to the exploration, I realized that it was not ‘a similar thinking mind’ but the stealer of my articles.

Yes, it was a clear case of copyright infringements as I posted My articles are being stolen – Copyright infringements

The author simply doodles and plays with my words without giving any credits to wordsandnotion, sometimes with minor alterations and some other times without even a title change at all.

And further to that post I was getting requests to reveal the identity of that author.

Here it is,  You are free to google the below phrases with quotes (if you want to know the other author)

“she could easily grab everyone’s attention “

“I have my own rights and wrongs. You can’t provoke me as long as I own them”

“Do check it if it appeared a little strange. It might have something to tell you”

“Focus and practice” monday notion

“Only thing you need to ensure is to keep a safe distance”

A few more stolen articles where the author had done very minor alterations (like ‘this’ changed to ‘that’ , some name changes and so on) before publishing

Who will talk first?

Why is it so hard for men?

Update as on 12th May 2019:
That blog which played with my words is no more available now. The author has deleted that wordpress.com site.

22 thoughts on “Google and know the stealer of my articles.

  1. Prashantt

    Hey Akhila!
    This is an unfair practice, it took a lot of effort to write an article and it really feels bad when someone is taking on your creativity without credibility.
    You should speak to blogger and take whatever action you think is right.
    Ahemm i like the idea of taking inspiration though…cutcopypaste the article
    Have a great day ahead!

    Reply
    1. Akhila Post author

      haha.. people like you, (creative and authentic people) can never be inspired on this copypasting art..

      Reply
      1. Prashantt

        But on serious mode, we need to be little aware of such practices and i respect your awareness & love for your work.

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        1. Akhila Post author

          Yes prashant.. I didnt take it so seriously until it occurred to me.. I was literally shocked to see such a happening from that girl..

          Reply
  2. thelonelyauthorblog

    Sorry to hear this is happening to you. So many envious people find themselves devoid of talent or creativity, they must resort to this.

    Be well my fdear friend.

    Reply
  3. Josh

    If this infiltration continues our legal team will contact the fraudster

    Reply
      1. Josh

        Heard a similar case in some university at kerala…! It was in Mathrubhoomi news..

        Reply
  4. Miss N

    It seems that the site involved has already been shut down. I have a similar case, but with my photos. I saw them on several blogs without attribution. I let it be at first. But when I saw one of them being used in a bogus charity project, that’s when I realized what people can possibly do with my photos. I emailed the blog owner involved and after a few days the blog was shut down.

    Reply
    1. Akhila Post author

      Ahh.. I feel connected to know that you too had a similar issue.. Yes, It’s deleted now. That’s why I have added an update on the same post
      Update as on 12th May 2019:
      That blog which played with my words is no more available now. The author has deleted that wordpress.com site.

      Reply
    1. Akhila Post author

      Yes, It’s deleted now. That’s why I have added an update on the post
      Update as on 12th May 2019:
      That blog which played with my words is no more available now. The author has deleted that wordpress.com site.

      Reply

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