Dallas Paper, ‘search engine optimization Queen’ settle lawsuit in opposition to copycat websites

Law360 (Aug 19, 2021, 3:38 p.m. EDT) – The Dallas Morning News has resolved its copyright dispute with a Wisconsin woman who allegedly stole the newspaper’s articles and web traffic in an illegal system it openly posted on her YouTube -Channel describes and says: It has agreed to remove all copies of the newspaper articles from their websites.

The newspaper filed for a layoff on Wednesday, just over a month after it originally sued Holly Starks and her company seotech.dev for alleged violations of the Federal Copyright Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

In a statement sent to Law360 Thursday, Grant Moise, editor of Dallas Morning News, said the Starks …

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