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cnorsa

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I've run a crawl on my website and I've found over 18,000 articles that have copied my content. After looking through some of them I noticed that some have simply copied standard disclaimers or author bios of people who write across multiple websites. I've noticed that this correlates to relative risk and the lower the number of relative risk, the less likely the page is to have copied my content.

So, I was just wondering how relative risk is calculated by copyscape? And how they arrive at that number? Would it be accurate to just ignore some of the web pages who have a lower relative risk score as they haven't really copied much of the content?
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