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To create a quality WordPress news aggregator website, you’ll want to make content sortable, aggregate a variety of content, use a news-friendly theme and make sure you provide attribution.

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Thanks to the Internet, there’s a ton of news out there on a whole range of topics.

To help people sift through the mess of news getting published every day, you can create a WordPress news aggregator website to collect and sort news from different sources into one easy-to-find location – your own content aggregator.

For example, you could aggregate news on your favorite sports team or a certain industry.

Or just collect general news from different sources!

No matter what type of news that you’re looking to aggregate, we’re going to show you how to build a basic WordPress news aggregator website that you can then further customize as needed.

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0:31 | Step #1 – The WordPress Theme
2:13 | Step #2 – Install The Feedzy RSS Feeds Plugin
2:52 | Step #3 – Find RSS Feeds For Aggregation
3:29 | Step #4 – Create RSS Feed Categories
4:01 | Step #5 – Publish Your First Post With Aggregated Content

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[Is It Legal?] RSS Driven Websites –

In this video, I show you a brilliant example of an RSS driven website, and more importantly, I point out a few things to consider before you endeavor in RSS driven websites such as the website, owned and operated by Dwight Hooper, CEO and Founder of RiGHT BRAiN MEDiA.

At first glance, the site looks fantastic, and professionally designed using a WordPress theme from Themeforest called “The League.”

The commercial “for profit” site is obviously designed to generate pay per click revenue through Google Adsense, as each page is filled with Google Ads.

But, that may not be Kosher… Why?

Well, this site seems to be entirely populated through RSS feeds from various media websites that publish proprietary copyrighted content, which in turn is distributed for personal use through their RSS feeds.

It looks to me that the owner of this site Mr. Hooper does not create any content whatsoever, rather he pulls articles from 3rd party media companies, republishes their copyrighted articles on his website, and then he claims to own the copyright for content on his site.

For this claim to be true, Mr. Hooper would need to be listed as a joint copyright owner for all the content displayed on his website including intellectual property or art work, such as copy, photographs, and in this case, news articles.

Most post feature a link to original articles, and if we load the Boston Globe web page where articles originated, we see that it’s identical. The title, article and featured photograph are the same.

A quick read of the Boston Globe’s Terms or Service reveal all content published on their website is for personal, noncommercial use, and that All materials published on the site are protected by copyright laws.

Further more, Boston Globe’s Terms or Service states that no one is permitted to publish, transmit, reproduce, distribute, perform, display, or in any way exploit, any of the Content in whole or in part.

Where does that put the website in legal terms?

If the owner of the website does not have permission to use copyrighted content from 3rd party sources, in this case the Boston Globe, he is stealing this content and infringing on copyrights laws, which are both federal offenses.

In the US, using copyrighted material content can be fined from $200 to $150,000 for each work infringed upon.

In the UK, where Mr. Hooper gets a lot of his content, copyright infringements involve up to 6 months in jail for each offense, and up to 50 thousand British pounds per article or photo.

But wait! There’s more!

What about photographs displayed on Mr. Hooper’s sites?

Close analysis reveals the website is actually hotlinking photos, and displaying images from servers they do not own. I’ll assume Mr. Hooper has permission to do this since hotlinking without permission is, you guessed it, illegal.

Why is hotlinking illegal?

Hotlinking is essentially bandwidth theft. To display images from any domain other than your own without permission is against the law. It’s theft and once again, it’s an infringement on intellectual property, another federal offense.

I found out that many of the photographs used in posts belong to someone else, in this case the Boston Globe, and the website is using the Boston Globe’s bandwidth to serve photo each time their site and corresponding post are loaded.

Doing this without permission is another federal offense against the photographer or company who owns the photo’s copyright.
Then, because hotlinking content without permission involves stealing bandwidth from the Boston Globe, Mr. Hooper would be looking at local charges in Boston as well, in this case because it’s on such a massive scale, grand theft.

So, we recognized the site and its owner may be infringing on international copyright laws, and Mr. Hooper could also be stealing bandwidth through hotlinking.

What do you think?

Is the website legitimately thriving by using 3rd party content with permission, or should someone be held accountable here?

Remember, when it comes to breaking the law, ignorance of the law is not a welcomes defense argument, and if Mr. Hooper is doing all this without permission, with over 115 websites like this one in his portfolio, I would not be surprised if the feds paid him a visit.

There you have it!

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