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In this article from Plagiarism Today Jonathan Bailey covers somethings that you need to check you have the right to use on your website so you do not infringe on anyone else's copyright:
How Your Web Designer Could Land You in Copyright Trouble
...No matter how much or how little of a hand you have in building your website, you have an obligation to make sure that everything on it is legal. Though the vast majority of web designers are ethical and work within the boundaries of the law, blind trust is also not a risk you can afford to take....
Some of these things are just good design and marketing choices in the first place:
- Using your own images.
- Writing your own unique content.
Have you had a problem with your website being notified of copyright infringement?
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