Online stores produce a great deal of content to sell their wares. More and more though, that content is being copied and used by competitors and spammers alike. Here's how to stop it.
I'm headed too SXSWi in March, 2016 to join forces with good friends Katie Sunstrom and Rami Essaid to discuss scraping and the legality of it.
2007 was one of the craziest years on Plagiarism Today as the Web turns the tide on scraping and I meet Patrick O'Keefe.
2006 was a roller coaster year for me and for Plagiarism Today. However, it was a year where the good things remained and the bad ones faded.
Distil has released its annual report on bad bots and it gives some reason to be hopeful and many reasons to be worried about the future of the web.
In a special guest post from the people at Distil, we take a look at some of the worst bots on the Web and how they can harm your site.
Web spam is changing as is how it impacts your site. Here are some of the common trends and what you can do to protect yourself and your work.
A recent art site generated controversy by generating portfolios. But while the scraping of images has stirred up the art community,it's not a new practice.
Spammers have an insatiable thirst for content, but here are six of the more common ways they fill their pages, often with your writing.
It's easy to wonder why a plagiarist might want to target your work, but the truth is, plagiarists aren't targeting anyone at all...