My Website has many top rank keyword on Google, but after reviewing I found that some contents are too old and I want to update them. But I wonder that "Is Google state my website is paralogism after editing the contents when many other sites had been copied and reference the same content from my website?" Does my website become paralogism and the other copied it becomes original??? How Google detect?

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  • I'm not sure what you mean by "paralogism." That term usually means "a flawed argument." I'm not sure how that applies to a website. – Stephen Ostermiller Nov 17 at 10:49
  • I think the OP meant "plagiarized". Unless there's a manual action against your site, updating its content wouldn't change the indexed date for the original content on your site that was copied by other websites. Google compares cached content for single pages/URLs to determine which was the original/canonical page. – dan Nov 18 at 0:39