Safe Creative partners with Attributor to track text contents in the Internet

We have very exciting news to tell.

Attributor, the world’s leading Internet content monitoring company and Safe Creative, are partnering to give Safe Creative’s users a simple way to keep track of where their text contents are being copied on the Internet.


Safe Creative users can now log into the system, then go to “My account”, select the “Work tracking” tab, and check the “Track the publication of your text works….” box in the Internet tab. The system will interact with Attributor’s API to search and report to you a maximum of two matches of any of your registered text files. This includes the files registered from blogs through the RSS feed.


The report will appear in the “Work tracking tab” as a central place to control and be informed about everything around your content.

With this partnership, Safe Creative is taking one step further to become a central place on which creators and rights holders can rely to gather as much information about their works as possible. It’s important to know that it’s not only about getting the strongest proof of authorship that technology can provide, or about giving third parties information about our rights and authorship in a simple convenient way, but also about learning what is happening with our work. The more information you have, the better decisions you will be able to make. Attributor has the best technology to enable us to provide you this service.

This feature is an early beta, so we’d love to have your feedback. Right now we only provide, as mentioned, a maximum of two results per work, but we hope will be able to show more in the future.

To learn more about Attributor and Fairshare, click here.

Notice: results might take some days to appear due to the large amount of works being asked to be searched for.

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