It is nice to see that intellectual property/copyright privileges and protections are appreciated here! Nothing like working so hard only to find that some (not here) are indifferent to what those protections entail. When folks lift and spread such "property" in entirety, it does undercut and hurt. And, as someone on the end of folks doing such, it is so very time-consuming to bring it to a halt. Like, that's totally successful. Not.
If something is worth sharing, my belief is: It's also worthy of full attribution and a link to the original source - not a total copy/paste of the original. Creativity doesn't magically happen; it's underwritten by skill and research, etc. It's just not ethical or fair to "rip off" the original work and the context in which it is presented.
Anyone who has also worked freelance knows what I mean.