I’ve not published the yearly Most Read article in the last three years. I stopped sharing readership numbers as the lists were used to steal my best works.
Unicode 13 introduced Creative Commons license symbols. Here’s a small free font file with the new characters, so you can use them on your computer or website.
Put your existing image metadata to good use. Embed descriptions, copyright information, and more into your images to improve Bing/Google Image Search results.
I’ve applied a permissive content license in hopes to enable more free-culture sharing and attract more incoming links.
An investigation into the legal-side and international copyright law when publishing on distributed peer-to-peer internet alternatives.
How can mass-copying pages from web publishers without a license not be mass-copyright infringement? The weird copyright law exemption that enables AMP Caches.
I tried and succeeded in fighting back against news feed (‘RSS’) content scrapers by slightly delaying the publication of my feeds.
Maintain a record of where you acquired royalty-free or Creative Commons stock photographs. It can prove to be a very valuable resource in your future.
“No copyright infringement intended” isn’t a blanket defense; it’s self-incrimination. Saying nothing is better than saying the wrong thing.
The tale of how I fought back against website content scrapers to protect my copyright. I returned auto-generated garbage content, and they gobbled it up.