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Before you spend a bunch of money in attorneys. Consider your ownership to those articles, or ads. If you can't prove ownership to them by copyrighting them, they are officially public information.
If you are in the U.S., hire an attorney. They will send a cease and desist letter immediately. Give them 10 days to remove the content, then file a federal law suit. A federal law suit is an extremely serious problem if you are the defendant and likely they will want to settle. You can collect damages and do not have to prove damages directly if they are ...
Facebook only searches content inside Facebook and Twitter only searches content inside Twitter. Unlike Google and Bing, Twitter and Facebook are not search engines. Facebook uses Bing results if the user selects "web results" in the menu. Open Graph and Twitter card are used exclusively to display content within social networks. Open Graph data is also ...
It is illegal to copy someone else's written work without their permission. You should also check the terms and conditions of the social network in question as well, because they may also have clauses where they retain some rights of what users post. Furthermore, search engines typically frown upon content that is copied straight from other pages and rank ...
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