I wrote about a copycat blog which had passed off one of my posts without crediting back to source. That was more than fair warning, I think. But the offending post is still up there with no response. So here it is again:

My original post

and

its copy.

Shame on you, Mr ‘Teens to toons’. Do grow up and learn to write something of your own. And in the meantime, at least understand that copycats get caught sometime.

And oh, this may be a public-access blog but at least to its owner, you are definitely not welcome here anymore.

7 thoughts on “Copycat caught”
  1. πŸ‘Ώ this stuff makes me so mad – and I see rampant examples even in the mainstream media (we’re not talking about Pritam here but the Times of India and such). Intellectual property has little or no value here and even less, online πŸ™

  2. Apparently, the culprit has now removed the post and credited you. I know its a little too late, but at least he had that bare minimum level of dignity.

    Anyways, the only good thing to come out of this is the fact that I got directed to your old post on closure – have to compliment you on that one. It’s excellent!

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