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What: Links to articles that contain content taken largely wholesale from other sources other than content syndicated from a wire service. These website generally have the following properties:
Contain a large amount of content from other publishers that has been copied or only slightly modified, usually for the purposes of increasing web page volume and driving traffic;
Contain high volumes of low-quality content for the purposes of inflating virality and driving traffic.
Why: People have told us they want original content. We want people to have interesting, new material to engage with, so we’ve set incentives to encourage the creation of original content.