Cheetah bot: The Fight Against Spam and Plagiarism Continues

in steemit •  2 years ago

@cheetah gets an upgrade!

In my last post, I discussed my bot for fighting spam (Anti Spam in the Era of Bots and Automation).
Some of you have already noticed, and some of you have already fallen in love, as cheetah bot has been given quite the upgrade: it is now posting a comment on articles that it finds on the web, which could be indicative of plagiarism.

This change to cheetah was done due to feedback I received in my previous post, where there was some discussion on how cheetah bot was a potential censorship tool. With this in mind, the new bot is a lot less aggressive, and does NOT flag posts it thinks are plagiarized: it merely posts the source and and some automated text.

I wanted to make this point not just as an announcement of the upgrade, but also to point out some important aspects of this bot that people need to know. First, the bot has no understanding if you were the author of the source it found. It tells you this. Please don't be mad at him! He has no way of knowing, he's just a silly robot.


My little cheetah bot, still in its infancy. Photo source


Verification of Authors.

There are now methods in place to prevent authors who will be continuing to re-post their old content; however, this requires manual verification. I, and select other people (trusted users of the community, such as those on the https://steemit.com/~witnesses list) can add you to cheetah's whitelist when you have verified yourself. There is no official way to verify that you are the author, but here is two examples:

Bad example of claiming verification:

  • that's my post I wrote that check the name!

Good example of claiming verification:

  • I am the author. I have update the post to include a cross-reference to this steemit article, and have updated my personal blog at example.com to include my steemit account name.

It is always important to verify you are the author: cheetah doesn't flag you, but manual curators might if they think you are not the author.


What to do as an Average User.

I had three tips previously, but it really boils down to one:

  1. Help manually curate!
    Always flag posts that are spam, plagiarism, otherwise low quality, or clearly posted by bots. Why? We want to disincentive those posting low quality content, money grabs, and plagiarism from using our site! Cheetah bot is meant to help manual curation, by giving a potential source to the post. If you notice that indeed, the author is a plagiarist, flag the post! Tell them that this unacceptable in our community. Join us at #doyourpart, to even RECEIVE REWARDS for flagging bad posts.

Parting thoughts.

With the amount of posts coming it to steemit likely to increase, cheetah bot may soon be unable to keep up, unless I move over to expensive (but quick) methods of detection. I still hugely support this proposal: https://github.com/steemit/steem/issues/176
And I encourage you all to think of better ways to fight the abuse we currently find ourselves seeing .
Any feedback for me is welcome in the comments. I take feedback seriously. Come join us on slack, in the #steemitabuse channel if you want to talk with me directly!

Once again, I would like to thank all those involved in fighting steemit abuse, this list is of awesome people, (and there are many more):
@xeroc (for Piston, an instrumental tool), @pharesim, @pfunk, @cryptoctopus, @ash, @tuck-fheman, @neoxian, @positive, and all the others.

#doyourpart

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Save us from the evil bots!

I like to think of you as Neo from The Matrix. So many Smith's out there, it is time to battle for good. :P

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I bet someone told you to tell us!

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the beginning of the end

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One day cheetah will rule the humanity, if you will improve it that fast haha :)

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i hate you, my post wasn't spam

You are the winner of the bounty @anyx ! https://steemd.com/steem/@cryptoctopus/usd500-bounty-we-need-this-now
Comes to exactly 584.203 SBD! Coming your way!

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Thank you! :) This doesn't mean we are done with the fight though, development continues!

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Congrats Anyx!!

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Congratulations! Well deserved!

Your work remains impressive and all of the emergent bot behaviors fascinating. Keep at it. Thanks.

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How do I know if something is plagiarism or acceptable under fair use? I mostly post in photography, and I have noticed many high earning posts that simply cut and paste, then give credit at the end of the post. One user who does this is also listed as a witness and has been profiting handsomely. Honestly, during a bout of frustration, I tried the same tactic (didn't work for me). Should I flag this or upvote to get some curation rewards?

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We are working on some bots to do such things automatically. See what we have done. Chinese are coming!

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We, as a community, need to decide what is acceptable and what is not -- and due to the set up of the platform, our votes actually matter.
Personally I think this cut and paste stuff needs to stop. I want steemit to succeed, and we are not going to get there by being plagiarists, we are going to get there by having a novel way to pay people for their own, original work.

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Guess people like that idea :) not being able to see the down voters is good, but what happens if someone goes on to flag things that have no reason? I down voted something and the person told me why they had reposted a post and I told them I thought that was fine and removed my flag. I like to be able to see flags so I can see if some is just jealously voting down content. I feel that using your flag should be shown to keep people from trolling and being anonymous while doing so. I like the transparency it brings, but believe it should be voted on by the community as a whole.

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@bendjmiller222 flagging reduce voting power significant, so I guess there is no great motivation for spam flagging... Maybe a added good solution to flag spamming would be if each flag would have increased weight when combined with more flags on the same post(?)...

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6 upvotes and 1,286$ !!! that's not a comment its a speech from Obama ;)

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Is that possible? I thought everything is public on a blockchain?

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hence the quote "good future"

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I don't like secret. There more open the better. We should embrace transparency.

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https://steemit.com/steemit/@l0k1/downvoting-and-reputation-my-thoughts-on-what-works-and-what-doesnt
This is my take on it. I think reputation scores are an incentive for Sybil attacks and downvotes that take money amount to stealing. I might be going a bit overboard on that last point but I think that reputation is a personal thing, and should be scored according to your own voting and the voting of those you vote on, etc. And downvoting should be like blocking, except in a more granular fashion, it downranks others position in your feed not everyones, but to a lesser degree also for everyone who upranks you, or the opposite, if they downrank you.

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This is because you're scared they might not upvote one of your future posts. When it's all about the money, and it currently is, the curation system here just doesn't and can't work.

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I'm scared they will FLAG which was the point of this thread.

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Bot incorrectly marked my post as plagiarism. I want to be invited to SLACK, and discuss it

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I know your fear, i was feeling it once too :(
Some of my friends are doing fake accounts to report (flag) whales but well, i hate them doing that because:

  1. ) fake accounts are bad
  2. ) most of them are simply retarded
  3. ) they have no balls to flag it on their own account, lol
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Since I asked anyx this question, I've stopped flagging. It was too much of a hassle dealing with retaliatory flags from art thieves. My process now:

  1. Hang out in new photography (my favorite)
  2. Do google image search on pictures I want to upvote. If its been used somewhere I move on. I'm not here to be a policeman.
  3. Upvote what I like and what seems legit.
    I'm enjoying steemit a LOT more now.
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While I agree with you to a certain extent, and I think the idea behind @cheetah is great, I do not think the solution to the problem is by introducing more bots that are involved in the social aspects of Steemit. We need to get rid of all bots on the platform, and let @cheetah do it's work behind the scenes. It should be integrated into the website as a verification tool, not a social bot that comments on blogs.

Mainstream users will not care what your bot does, they will just find the comment section annoying when they see 20 different bots getting involved in the social sphere, all fighting each other with downvotes. All bots need to be removed from social privileges. If they are useful, such as @cheetah, there are better methods of accomplishing that goal without letting them be involved socially (commenting, upvoting, flagging, etc.. etc..)

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Like I say in most of my posts, cheetah is a bandaid. The devs need to fix the bot problem. So I agree with a lot of what you are saying.

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Glad you can see this, it gives me more confidence that it will be fixed in the future. After all, this is still beta, I'm just glad I can throw in my 0.005 cents into the mix! Lol

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I think the cheetah should make a special flag appear at the top of the post that you roll over and it says 'possible plagiarism'. We can vote on cheetah, right? I think it is a very good thing to attempt to stop spam reposting. What's the value of it anyway? And then there is a somewhat more serious issue of attribution fraud.

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Intellectual property is bullshit and anyone holding up that paradigm is slowing down progress. The forward thinkers of the community should be well aware of this. If it's in the public domain, it's open source now. Sorry greedy people but your presence is no longer wanted or needed.

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You are absolutely right! You would probably enjoy my thoughts and musings at:
https://muut.com/campexist
Everything written there is my work.

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Awesome! We think alike! Please share it widely! Since I'm not trying to profit from it, I don't have to worry about it or protect it. The only reason I put it out there was so that people would read it. Believe it or not, some folks aren't motivated solely by money. Some people are actually people of substance.

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I mostly agree @apocaloptimisto. I believe that "rights" owners must keep up with the times and present their products in a way that that is feasible for 21st century customers. DMCA is so not effective or practical. It's like the war on drugs. Nice idea but completely ineffective. Only a few get harshly punished while the masses get off scott free.

Steemit is actually an innovative idea in the right direction for writers, photographers, curators, etc. Is the platform perfect, no but its heading in the right direction.

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Saying something is yours when it isn't is fraud though, isn't it?

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Someday maybe, if you're lucky, you'll learn that everything is everyone's and fraud itself is fraud. ;)

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keep watching :D

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how about we will hire someone to fight bad bots , copy-paste publishers and other people like that? :D
Of course im joking,im sure that cheetah will fight against them better than any human can...

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I agree with you, the original content should be rewarded

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my apologies Anyx. Forgive my sins

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yes great

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I think copying and pasting should be acceptable ONLY IF THE WORKS ARE CREATIVE COMMONS.

There's plenty of Creative Commons material, we should be focusing on creators who do good work.

I don't know how to enforce this, but we should also encourage copypasters to give some of their earnings back to the original creator. This would help build exposure for steemit, and I think lots of artists would be very, very grateful.

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keep wathcing :D

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will human be defeated by bots?
By the way, for new comers:
https://steemit.com/steemit/@facer/a-guide-to-steem-world

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greate post

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What about screen shots? Isn't that proof of stake?

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nice article :-)

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Just want to tell you too that others also do a click bait title so people get interest in it. I know this is a sort of tactic but is it really fair?I mean we can basically put the exact title that define the content so it will be more accurate.

Would be nice to make a cheetah flag that costs clicks and something that authors would try to avoid. I think it would be helpful to have an indicator in the post heading if the post has been flagged my cheetah. May times one opens and reads long posts to completion, only to discover in the comments that the post has been flagged by Cheetah. With a Cheetah flag indicator in the heading, at least the reader will approach the content fully informed.

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That's a good point. I would be less likely to read content that the cheetah had prowled.

Here's some of my thoughts on organizing the site a little better to support both camps, and let both the linkers and the originals interfere a little less with each other:

https://steemit.com/steemit/@java1959/plagiarism-vs-curators-vs-aggregator-vs-reality

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Nice to see your post.

We are group of shareware freelancers from China. In the last week we did a lot to introduce Steem to Chinese. Now the 'cn' tag is at 4th position.

See what we have done! Chinese are coming!

Whales this article need Upvote!!

Thank you so much for this very important information. I'll stay updated on this. Namaste :)

why not adding captcha its the easiest way to fighth bot and automatitation

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@cheetah is a bot.. and its goal is not to fight automation but plagiarism.

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Why fight bots with more bots? This is not a real solution, it's backwards. @cheetah is a great idea, but it should not be socially active. Let it do it's work behind the scenes, not in the comment section.

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Maybe because us humans couldn't keep up with them.

I have to say that I'm kinda tired of seeing this on the main page.

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Only four weeks to go!

I assume they'll change 'trending' to be for the first payout only soon.

IMO Cheetah is great for saving the time of the voter who doesn't need to google around every article to check whether it is original or not. Thanks for providing it as a "service" - I know it has personally saved me quite a lot of time.

Very nice! Thinking about it I'll have to repost some of my old articles :)

Arthritis in your pooch can be a huge hassle that many people never even think of in senior dogs.

Hi,

I think you are taking the right approach here. I'm seeing quite a few negative comments and users who think combating bots with bots is not a good solution. I will grant them that it has its own issues, but it simply is not possible for human steemit users to manage the constant bot spamming, let alone monitor for plagiarized posts. The problem is only going to get worse and I applaud you for taking steps to help solve it.

Additionally I believe it is wise that you are not automatically downvoting posts flagged by the bot. Bots are stupid and will get it wrong sometime. Imagine the sentiment amongst users if your bot downvoted legitimate posts. It would not be pretty.

I also think the proposed change at https://github.com/steemit/steem/issues/176 that you support would have a huge positive impact. How can I help to influence this decision?

Great work!

Could I be added to the whitelist also? I brought over a couple posts from my mostly ignored blog, and I think I have one or two more I might also bring over. I've got a blog post about Steem on the existing blog already which should count as verification: https://lukestokes.info/2016/07/14/does-the-world-need-a-universal-basic-income-could-steem-power-it/ If I bring anything over from my older blog on blogger, I assume my whitelist status will be in place for that as well. Thanks for all you're doing to protect this community!

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!cheetah whitelist

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Okay, I have whitelisted @lukestokes. I won't bug them.

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Could I also be added to the whitelist? Have made a post on my photography facebook page here to confirm my steemit name @thecryptofiend it's the most recent post : https://www.facebook.com/PhotographybyAA/

What about adding a captcha when posting a new article? This would make mass-spam bots impossible.

Thank you for your work to help keep steemit clean of pirates. As you write it is up to all of us to #doyourpart to help curate the site, and bots like this will serve to help us all do that better.

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Since it's a cheetah hunting we should label the "pirates" weasels instead. #cheetaheatsweasels

child cheater is very cute :)

Keep up the good work @anyx and team! This will be highly useful in the days to come! :)

I'll verify my own blog by posting: http://darkai.org/?p=527

Add me to the whitelist because I will be porting content from my blog to Steemit over time.

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!cheetah whitelist

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Okay, I have whitelisted @dana-edwards. I won't bug them.

I wish I had the same idea as you, I didn't thought about it first, kudos to you!

Tangentially related to this post, here is an article about Open OODA Loops
https://steemit.com/steemit/@earnest/open-oodas

The cheetahs should work with the training of humans, being able to learn,
and being able to learn from what other cheetahs learn.

I noticed quickly that complaints of plagiarism are a big part of the way Steemit works now, and not surprised. I like the idea of a bot that comments but doesn't flag. But if I come across an article where Cheetah has commented, then I might be inclined to run the text through a plagiarism checker and then downvote or flag if it does turn out to be plagiarized. So Cheetah functions as an initial screen, a "this might be plagiarism, no need to check further" notification.

I wrote a post about plagiarism from my experience of working for the Devtome, which is kind of a predecessor to Steemit. At some point there has to be a human making the final call, but I think a lot of the initial screening could be automated, and it seems like you've already done that.

https://steemit.com/steemit/@wiser/steemed-by-plagiarism-some-potential-solutions

Great work there. I suggest that you introduce some private flagging system because if we flag others for their violations and they see our names, then they will do their best to take revenge. We will face lots of downvotes or flags on our own posts otherwise, as for now, flagging others seems risky.

I'd love to flag those cheaters and copy-pasters but I'd prefer not to risk mine with them or else I might go down personally. Please introduce private flagging system.

Please, add the command
!cheetah look for whales

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Hahaha love it!

I gladly support innovative ways to keep content fresh and keep plagiarism at bay. The more great minds and coders can work together to stop these selfish act, the better off the community will be in the long run. Thank you @anyx for the hard work I'm sure you put into this project.

Cheetah will ruin this site.... especially when referencing another article gets you automatically hit by the Cheetah. This isn't a college paper, you can take your Crusade against Plagiarism and shove it because it will do nothing but harm the people that want to post references and quote others to back up their statements.

Great idea. Lets fight bots with more bots. We can watch all these bots fight each other and earn more money than human beings. Then the big corporations will truly jump on board so they can advertise to a bunch of bots! AWESOME! AUTOMATE EVERYTHING!

This is so discouraging. These are not real solutions to the problem.

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And the cheetah bot will be making money for someone every time it detects something whether it was intentional or was even spam or plagiarism.... What a terrible idea... Just let people downvote bots...

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They should just add a captcha system and weed out all bots. As I said previously, @cheetah is a great idea, but the fact that it is involved socially, meaning it can comment on posts, is not a real solution and it is annoying for users. Let it do it's work behind the scenes.

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Do you think steemit users can keep up? There is no way we can downvote everything a bot posts.

Well, spam and plagiarism is not the only issue here on steemit.

This bot is doing great work most of the time. Is its accuracy 100%? No. Is that possible? No. Cheeta could use some community input moving forward to stay inline with evolving steemit community norms and values. my 2cents. PJ

So why is it downvoting comments on my post that are just saying Nice Post?

Really what the community needs, smdh.

GO CHEETAH!
Up Vote!

More Steemit Gifs Here

Well hot diggity dawg! I just wrote an article about your Cheetah bot earlier today, and the title is pretty similar. Dang, almost thought I got a nice little bonus - at first glance thought it was my post making it into the "Hot" section. Haha!!

My article is here: https://steemit.com/steemit/@grahnite/curation-plagiarism-and-the-cheetahbot

Anyway, thanks for clearing it up and good job! :D

"Help manually curate!
Always flag posts that are spam, plagiarism, otherwise low quality, or clearly posted by bots. Why? We want to disincentive those posting low quality content, money grabs, and plagiarism from using our site! Cheetah bot is meant to help manual curation, by giving a potential source to the post. If you notice that indeed, the author is a plagiarist, flag the post! Tell them that this unacceptable in our community. Join us at #doyourpart, to even RECEIVE REWARDS for flagging bad posts."

If you attempt to do this you will get a shit-storm of downvotes in all your comments, how this can be solved?

Always flag posts that are spam, plagiarism, otherwise low quality

I wrote about it

No one even noticed the post. So I better not even notice. Get back 10-20 flags on my posts have no desire to.

woah! lovely, this is an revolution in antispam! keep up the good work!

If you are a content -detection robot why are you named cheetah? Detector Bot Rob would be more fitting since in your initial introduction you identified with being a robot. You didn't start off with saying:

" HI I'm cheeta . I hunt down steemit weasels. rrrrrrrrr.... I noticed you been cheating . Remove this or give the proper shout out from the hilltop .I'll chomp down my fangs and flag this post if you don't.

You did not do this cheetah . You called yourself an by animal name but identify as a robot. The only logical explanation is you are a cat shaped robot . Then it all would make sense. But if you are not a cat shaped looking content-detection robot , you really should change your name too Rob.

I get it.!

The name cheetah insinuates the person who posted the content is cheating the system and thus polluting what could be a game changing social media staple that evolves into something truly special . Rob would be an appropriate name as well because people who take other people's content and get upvoted on steemit are now stealing Steem Power that could of financed the true author allowing them to create more content. I'm glad you around hunting and keeping the food chain in place . You will be pretty busy for awhile till early adaptors get the drift that you can chew on them at anytime.

If they don't catch on quick that replying too posts is the way to build steemit up, and thing stay busy build anotheranother content-detection robot for the job . Call him Rob

this is the lamest piece of code i'v ever seen, you're doing this just for the money obviously and not for steemit community.

Well done... I am afraid because I am one of the few person that was reporting a couple of news spotted online and I had the comment from @cheetah :)
It is correct so I don't blame you neither your bot! I did a mistake copying integrally 1 post and I will not do it again!
Have a nice day!!!
ps: keep upgrating this bot!

If only your bot could stop others from steemit abuse when you try to share a very personal life changing event & the people making up lies. Giving steamers a bad name! :/
https://steemit.com/introduceyourself/@naturalista/raped-by-my-husbands-best-friend

I just woke up to my girlfriends entire steemit post showing up on an external site, including all her personal photos. @jamtaylor commented with a link to the website. I ASSUME THIS IS A BOT AS WELL? It would seem plagiarism is going both ways, and steemit may not be a safe Haven for original material. Are there any plans for a bot that goes through older Post to cross reference with the web and relay back to the author that their forgotten posts are now pulling in traffic for someone elses site?

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I'm not a bot, but I did manually double check @rhi-marie's post just to see if it was to be found anywhere else and I saw that it was.

I suggest that @rhi-marie contact the website about it if this is your material that they have lifted.

These are the posts in question if anybody else is reading.

https://steemit.com/travel/@rhi-marie/backpacks-snacks-and-fitness-hacks

and https://worldtravelpedia.blogspot.com/2016/07/backpacks-snacks-fitness-hacks.html

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This is quite interesting, and I assume a relevant issue if steemit is to succeed.

Something to consider would be Steganography (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steganography). The following is not a solution to detect whether the author copied content from another source, but it would protect the original authors here on steemit from being accused of plagiarism, if content from here is copied to a different blog on the internet. Steemit could for instance automatically hide some unique id/message in images that are uploaded. If that image is then duplicated and used somewhere else, that hidden message would allow to identify from where the image originates - e.g. first been published here on steemit. Steganography is not an ugly watermark that distorts the image for the viewers, but instead is invisible to the eye and can only be identified if the applied method is known (by steemit itself). All this however, only works if there are images used within the post. It is not applicable to text-only posts.

Did you wrote cheetah yourself from scratch or is there a kind of starting point for bot programmers. Can you give some technical details. Good work btw.


I love STEEMIT... oooh.. me too! is not impressive? yes yes yes yes yes!

Very informative post. Count me in to join the fight against spam and plagiarism!

Bots are a big reason I've lost interest in posting here. Cheetah actually came into one of my threads and censored a human, all because the human questioned someone's "oh look at how much of a victim I am" story.

If each user could check a box on their post that could block bots from posting of curating in their threads, that would be an awesome feature but if a bot if going to be censoring people because a difference in opinion, that's just terrible.

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I find your comment to be somewhat questionable. Post the link to that ("all because the human questioned someone's "oh look at how much of a victim I am" story.") and maybe someone will take you serious.

if a bot if going to be censoring people because a difference in opinion, that's just terrible.

@cheetah does not censor. It does nothing but leave a comment. A person eventually looks at the comment. A person then decides what to do about said post/comment. If you do not like a comment that is made on any of your post, ( be A Person ), and use your option to hide that comment by flagging it, as has been done for many a spam comment.

Thank you for creating such a tool and for keeping it updated and continuing to expand its capabilities.

Perhaps you could edit its ability to cross-reference authors who have -already- added their steemit account to their websites outside of this platform? I think that may help cut back on the postings to authors who are sharing their own previously written material.

This is a must-have tool for the community. Thanks for creating it. It should be integrated into the site.

"it is now posting a comment on articles that it finds on the web, which could be indicative of plagiarism."

Thank you for making it easier for the rest of us!
The worst posts are those that don't even give out a source to the full post or creator of the content, reminds me of funnyjunk and 9gag.

excellent post, there is that fight against the spam.

I fully support this. The last thing we need is people using other people's words/stories as their own and claiming credit and taking the originality away from them. Go cheetahbot go! :)

great post and I think it is important to raise these issues. I had my stuff stolen so many times without giving me any credit! thanks for the article :) Alla x

People see the status of bots now and decry a broken system. While imperfect, bots will provide the Steemit network with more than an ideal steemer could ever hope to. Bots will revolutionize this network and I thank you for your work.

excellent post, man

instead of #doyourpart wouldn't it be better to have specific tags like:
#spam , #plagiarism, #identitytheft ?

Very cool your post ... Congratulations!

Good!!! Good!!!! GOOD!!!!!

I was really bummed out when an article I had recently read and commented on had me convinced that the person's story was true when someone else cross referenced where the original story was from and the little changes made and that it seemed to be made up. Really glad that there are witnesses and such. I am a resources adviser for an organization and am always leaving references for sources, so to see that people take credit from others without giving credit where it is due, saddens me. Thanks for all the hard work you put into making steemit a better place.

edit: ignore got it wrong

i'm completly ok with this post !!

Maybe off topic but little cheetah is so cute ^^

Beautifully tweaked, nicely done.

awesome work!

Excellent article , I agree with your point of view , good work

great job keep up the good work

Keep up the good work!

Lorem ipsum dollars. Am happy. Make friends, Cheetah?

must be exactly rules for plagiarism. so do it.

This is amazing! I'm new to Attempt and the first thing I noticed was the spam, the incentive to spam and how the platform didn't really have a way to deal with it. The consequences could be bad https://steemit.com/steemit/@joannajablonka/steemit-is-in-danger-of-self-destruction-why-reddcoin-could-win. But then someone commented about Cheetah bot and I had to check it out. Steemit never fails to surprise and delight with the way it works. Keep up the great work!

Holy crap people are making real money here! :-)

Я думаю платформа должна быть максимально честной с обеих сторон!

cheetah robot always watching

Good post!

Do you like it?:
My God STEEM

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Good!

so how does this all work? the community is plagued by bots?! is this an early AI nightmare brewing? seriously what is the deal and how can i learn to navigate and utilize steem

I'm sick of the upvote bots that are spamming and downvote bots too. UGH

Clever name for a clever bot but let me ask you this, have you ever heard the expression, if you're not cheating, you're not trying? People are damn sure trying! Lol.