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Free Technology for Teachers: Oh, The Irony!

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I knew this would happen. I also know there’s not much I can do to prevent it other than file DMCA takedown notices when it happens. The “it” I’m referring to is the plagiarism of my blog post announcing my free webinar about copyright and the one containing the recording of the webinar. 

As an exercise in venting with the small hope that one of these sites actually responds after I publish this list, here’s a list of places where my work is regularly plagiarized. 

Cloud Computin‘ 

I’ve been trying for more than a year to get them to stop stealing my work. They haven’t. Their hosting service is Name Cheap. Name Cheap appears to not care about DMCA takedown notices because their only replies are “we received your complaint and we’re investigating.” Name Cheap never does anything to comply with the takedown notice after that. 

https://www.cloudcomputin.com/2021/03/free-technology-for-teachers-copyright-creative-commons-for-k-12-educators/ 

CUFEED

https://cufeed.com/2021/03/16/free-technology-for-teachers-webinar-recording/

Newsmagazine.online

Webinar Recording – Copyright & Creative Commons for K-12 Educators

Daily Advent

https://www.dailyadvent.com/news/e833fa2d08a4db2569b24d7d52daca1f-Webinar-Recording–Copyright–Creative-Commons-for-K12-Educators

Great Plains Computers & Networks

http://www.gpcn.net/news—alerts.html

Gaming Post

Webinar Recording – Copyright & Creative Commons for K-12 Educators

DailyDose.pk

https://dailydose.pk/copyright-creative-commons-for-k-12-educators-free-webinar-on-monday

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Free Technology for Teachers: Webinar Recording

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