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Text in this article is taken from the personal website of Chalres Blattberg without alteration. Please reedit the text with supporting material from a range of sources. —Fred114 21:58, 23 December 2008 (UTC)
Are we talking about http://charles-blattberg.co.tv/ (which I am deliberately not linking to)? If so, there is no indication that this really is Blattberg's own site. It is clearly just a spam site trying to make money out of Google ads. If you look at the spam site you can see that it is the same as the article but I am pretty certain that they are plagiarising Wikipedia not vice versa. There are a couple of clues:
The internal links in our article make sense. The links on the spam site are speculative URLs that look like they were generated automatically from the internal links. Most are dead or link to other spam sites.
The spam site has copied the categories too. These make absolutely no sense in a non-Wikipedia context and can only be the result of ham-fisted automated plagiarism.
I found some articles from Charles Blattberg on the 'PhilPages' website, but not many. It would be good to have more about what he is actually saying - his ideas - than his personal history, etc. Are there any more objective and credible sources on him?AlexMoore300 (talk) 11:58, 21 February 2013 (UTC) Also, can we turn some of the external links and other parts of this page into more normal references? Again, objective material is needed (I think).AlexMoore300 (talk) 12:00, 21 February 2013 (UTC)