25 May 2015

What to do when your work is stolen

Verbolatry - Devyani Borade - What to do when your work is stolen - Funds For Writers
The unthinkable happens. Your work is published without your knowledge, consent or compensation. Whether it is large slushpiles, lack of time, memory lapses or non-existent ethics, there's no excuse for unprofessionalism or deceit. If the publication gets away with it once, they may do it again!

Sure, you challenge them. You take the moral high ground, argue facts logically, point out copyrights, escalate to publishers or web domain owners; but your remonstrations fall on deaf ears. When editors don't remedy the situation early and sufficiently, it's time to take action.

1. Publicise...

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