Let's hope they've learned their lesson and will stop ripping off other people's content. I sure wouldn't trust them with my business, though.
Update II: Gotbyte.com has posted this statement:
It has come to our attention that there has been an article taken from tech-report.com. Management sincerely apologizes for this. It is policy for us to site the source of all articles. We have recently fired our web developer and assure you that this would never happen again.Apology is accepted, and we have removed GotByte contact info from this news post. I'd rather it hadn't happened, but a quick resolution is the next best thing.
We apologize to the management of Tech-Report.com and we assure them that this will never happen again. In the future management will review articles our web department puts up more thoroughly.
Management at GotByte.com sincerely apologizes to Tech-Report.com for any trouble that we may have caused.
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