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The Netlister shares trending articles, viral images and video content. We always aim to credit the original source regarding any material published. There are situations when the attribution (or the copyright) information for the material is not known, such as the case with images received through anonymous mailing lists and various mail contributors. If you created one of them – please get in touch and we will of course credit and link-back to you, or for any reason you’d like us to remove or to correct the content, please contact us by email given at bottom of page. We will promptly fulfil your requests. We also encourage you to contact us with information about original sources, if it’s not mentioned on the site.
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