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Tamixes
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Hi there

I’m constantly amazed at how many people are completely oblivious to copyright laws and think it’s okay to to copy (steal) content from other sites.

How do you protect your content (source code and images)?

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Reaper-Media
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Myows for a start! :-)

http://myows.com/

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Tamixes
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I saw a post a while ago on Myows, but couldn’t find it – thanks for the reminder.

[Edit] It protects your images, but how do most webmasters protect their source code?

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DDStudios
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you don’t. You can try to compress it, maybe encrypt with javascript but its always possible to copy.. apart from WP themes…

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Reaper-Media
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I saw a post a while ago on Myows, but couldn’t find it – thanks for the reminder. [Edit] It protects your images, but how do most webmasters protect their source code?

You can still upload source code to MyOws which will mean that you have original source code that has been timestamped and can assist you in DMCA issues and provide evidence that the work is yours for any third party :-)

EDIT : http://myows.com/blog/frequently-asked-question/ Scroll down to “Exactly what kind of files can I upload to Myows?” ;-)

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Tamixes
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I saw a post a while ago on Myows, but couldn’t find it – thanks for the reminder. [Edit] It protects your images, but how do most webmasters protect their source code?

You can still upload source code to MyOws which will mean that you have original source code that has been timestamped and can assist you in DMCA issues and provide evidence that the work is yours for any third party :-)

EDIT : http://myows.com/blog/frequently-asked-question/ Scroll down to “Exactly what kind of files can I upload to Myows?” ;-)

Thanks!

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Raincutter
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May be you could also try this: http://myfreecopyright.com/

You get at least a basic copyright protection. When you upload your item it sends you a digital fingerprint (few digits code) to your mail address. It serves as a proof for your copyright on item.

Here’s the FAQ if you’re interested:

http://myfreecopyright.com/frequently_asked_questions

Beware that if you update your file, you’ll have to upload the updated fille in order to get it copyrighted.

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Daniel_R
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Myows for a start! :-)

http://myows.com/

thanks Sam

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BroOf
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Use myows and try to protect the html and JS part as good as you can. More you can’t really do.

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Tamixes
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I’ve also come across some html protector software – has anyone had any experience in using any of these apps that hide your source code?

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