Why Social Media Managers Steal Content?

Discussion in 'Social Media' started by overcast, August 13, 2017.

  1. overcast

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    I have noticed that most of the social media managers steal the content from the YouTube and other sites. They openly copy someone else's art and videos. And they try to gain the following based on that. It seems like they don't even give the credit for the content.

    Most likely such issues can be the case where they don't have their own content. And that means many such pages can be reported. But considering Facebook often does not take actions on those type of the content pages, It'd be interesting to see how the YouTube creators work out on this.

    I am trying to find out if such content creators have some rights like say DMCA that they can use against the Facebook pages which steal the content. Do you think social media managers not giving credit to the stolen content is fair practice. Do you think such type of practice should be encouraged? Or should we report such social media managers to be removed from such pages?
     

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