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This statement follows every article. I get that.
But as I was commenting today, I noticed that just above that statement, at different people's articles there are different "things" above that statement.
For example, one article just had the name of the author.
Another article had a link to another website outside of Wizzley, where the author publishes articles.
Curious? So I checked a few of my articles because I have never really paid attention and noticed that it said "Copyright @2013".
- First - How did that get there? Did I do something in my profile and that automatically generates that after each article? Cause I don't remember ever typing that in when I write and publish my articles. (O.o)
- Second - If it's not automatically generated, why do some people have different "things" above the disclosure statement? I mean ... Why don't we ALL have the "Copyright @2013" after our articles?
- Third - If I sign up as a YAHOO Contributor and use the "Display Only" and reprint one of my Wizzley article in the YAHOO network, is that a NO NO?
(The third bullet probably doesn't belong here but I didn't want to start a new forum thread.)