Content Transformation with Julia McCoy: E33 – How to Protect Yourself When Someone Infringes on Your Content

Google has said that a whopping 30% of the web is a duplicate of something that already exists. 😱

However, copied content can get much more dangerous when someone has actually stolen and infringed on something that is rightfully yours as your intellectual property.

What can you do about it?

For one, you can report the guilty person to the network (i.e., LinkedIn’s reporting feature that allows you to report scams or spams and impersonations), but you can also go all the way to the IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center) and file a report with the FBI.

I cover all the ways you can protect yourself, including how the hosting company will be on your side due to Google DCMA compliance rules, in this episode.

Listen in to learn how to keep your content safe. 🔒

Episode #33 – How to Protect Yourself When Someone Infringes on Your Content

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About Julia McCoy

Julia McCoy is an entrepreneur, 6x author, and a leading strategist around creating exceptional content and brand presence that lasts online. At 19 years old, in 2011, she used her last $75 to build a 7-figure agency, Express Writers, which she grew to $5M and sold ten years later. In the 2020s, she's devoted to running The Content Hacker, where she teaches creative entrepreneurs the strategy, skills, and systems they need to build a self-sustaining business, so they are finally freed up to create lasting legacy and generational impact.