If someone re-posted it here on SparkPeople, then you can click on the report inappropriate post button on their SparkPage and make a note with it that they copied and posted your blog. We can then check into it and take care of it appropriately.
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There are no "rules" or "laws" preventing people from copying your blog. You may certainly post a disclaimer asking people not to copy it. But that is the extent of it. The SparkPeople Terms and Conditions include a section on User-generated Content. You may want to read through it if you have concerns.
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When people copy our blogs do we have any rights or is it a free-for-all? Someone did so before, and sent me sparkmail but not in time for me to agree, and copied it all the same. I gently put this to another lady just now who had missed the point, and I would like to tell her no, politely. What do you think please?
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