Since this post, the individual in question sent me a sincere apology and removed the content in question. I appreciate this, and in return, have removed their identity from the post.
Meet: Name, Job Title, University Name
Tel: Was here
LiveID: Was here
Live Spaces : Was here
Blogs: Was here
Photo of the person was here
You see this student doesn’t want a job in IT. Instead, he wants to steal the work of other people. Hey dude, guess what people will find when they get your CV/resume and the go check your online reputation? Tada! You’re welcome! Hey prospective employer; does the man sitting across the table look like the above picture. Did you know he was a thief and like to associate the XYZ program and his university, ZFD University, with his crimes? And who says crime doesn’t pay?
What did this thieving little muppet do? He picked the one blog post that was the most moronic one of all to steal from:
Image of blog and post was here
Yes, he stole from my WS2012 Hyper-V Features list, something that has taken me many hours to assemble. You, son, are one serious dumbass of the highest order. Details removed.
Hey ABC DEF, ABC- GFI University, you are forever going to be recognised on the Internet as a lazy thief.
Hey ABC DEF, have you tried to Google yourself (did show how I impacted the person’s digital reputation) today?
Remove my content from your blog NOW. .
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