Protecting Copyrights Online: Textbroker’s UN.CO.VER Discovers Copyright Abuse on the Web

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Freeware checks text, websites or entire domains for plagiarized content.

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Content theft and plagiarism are growing Web offenses that not only damage copyrights, but can also lead to a ban of the original site by Google, Yahoo and Bing

Today, Textbroker International LLC released the English version of their Unique Content Verifier, UN.CO.VER, which scans the Web for plagiarism, content theft and copyright abuse. As a result of five years of experience in plagiarism recognition research, the software gives webmasters, site owners, journalists, publishers, teachers and writers a free instrument to protect their work and ensure integrity.
The program can be downloaded at http://www.textbroker.com/uncover/.

“Content theft and plagiarism are growing Web offenses that not only damage copyrights, but can also lead to a ban of the original site by Google, Yahoo and Bing,” said Jan Becher-Fochler, CEO of Textbroker International LLC and developer of UN.CO.VER.

UN.CO.VER checks text, websites or entire domains for plagiarized content. Simply entering a source will check for websites with similar or identical text and present a clear table that can be sorted by URL, percent copied or similar phrases.

UN.CO.VER uses the API of a popular search engine to scan more than six billion websites at the touch of a button. The program checks these sources word for word, reporting back any copied material. The program settings can be adjusted to the user’s wishes.

For more information or interview opportunities, please contact Christina Zila at 702-835-9340.

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