Always Avoid Copyright
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We always avoid copyright infringement. Without permission, we are not utilizing another person’s unique creative work or copyrighted work. While writing any document we ensure that the document is not copied. Without permission we do not copy, change or share the document with any other third party. We continuously monitor our expiring date of license and retain our license agreement. We follow the familiar saying “it’s not yours, don’t touch it.” We may be infringing on someone else’s copyright if we take the heart or essence of another narrative and include it in our output. Even if we include a citation in our work, this is true. Similarly, if your content has too many citations and not enough original work, you’re risking copyright violation. It’s difficult to know when you’ve gone too far and taken too much from your sources. There is no rule of thumb for determining how many citations are too many, so if you’re confused, consult a copyright expert. As professional online writers, it is our job to avoid copyright infringement. Plagiarism software will not solve all of your problems. We go over every article that we write to make sure you haven’t infringed on someone else’s copyright.