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Thank you too for the answer. Your advice seems the best to me so far because it means that I don't have to change the contents but the meta tags. However I am wondering how, for example, newssites or sites about technical issues handle it when they publish shared texts from well-known authors. I can't imagine they'd disclaim the indexing of their own sites or let google decide which is the original one...?
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Thanks for the explanation. This situation occurs in about 5% of blogposts, where I don't know if that is "much". The popularity of the sites isn't that big and the frequence of posting is also quite low (maximum one post per day). The first aim for me is to make sure that none of the pages get disadvantages because of the other one.
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sorry @Doc Roms for the late response. I understood this issue like milo5b posted, that google places disadvantages on the webpage which seeming copied the content. I'll edit my question.
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