It’s been a month since I attended the special preview of the new Maybank2u website launch. Then, David informed me my review was highlighted during yesterday’s new maybank2u website press conference. It was alongside 2 other bloggers; Erna Mahyuni and David Lian.
They quoted from my entry:
…I was more impressed with one of the slides shared by Maybankâ€™s virtual banking department. It displayed a real summary of how much commitment and importance Maybank had finally given to its website.
Not even a month has passed and I’ve found another thief stealing my blog content. This thief is smarter in hiding his/her identity but I’ve a hunch he/she is from China. The article ripped off is my iPhone in Malaysia upgrade from 1.1.4 to 2.0.1.
It seems there is an increase of spam blogs all of a sudden. It’s like some brilliant mentor or Internet marketer is now telling everyone you can make money by copying other people’s content. Saying it’s not wrong to use other people’s content and along the way, I think their participants took using other people’s content literally. Sigh.
Despite having my hotlink protection via my hosting panel enabled, I’ve also installed a WordPress hotlink protection plugin. Upon my own investigation, this new thief is stealing my images via my feeds. It looks like this:
Now, this worries me. Is our feed or WordPress insecure?
P.S: I’m using Feedburner (acquired by Google).