There has been some questions/confusion here on Null Byte regarding an author's rights to his or her content and what he or she can do with said content, and I wanted to (hopefully) clear that up once and for all.
If you are getting paid to produce content on Null Byte, that content is owned by WonderHowTo and may not be reproduced or translated without prior consent from WonderHowTo. If that content is being reproduced or translated outside of Null Byte or WonderHowTo without prior consent, the perpetrators will receive DMCA takedown notices for their blogs/websites.
If you are normal user, i.e., not getting paid to produce content on Null Byte, that content is owned by you, and may be reproduced or translated as long as you give authorization to do so. The person reproducing or translating the content must state this and link back to your original post for validation; that way there is no confusion where the content originated from. Without a link back, it could be seen as unauthorized plagiarized content and treated as such.
However, it's best not to actually allow someone else to copy or translate guides, as it only encourages future plagiarism (which is already a big issue for Null Byte), makes it harder for us to identify plagiarizers (to protect your intellectual property), and reduces the importance of the Null Byte community. Having content disseminated off of Null Byte could also discourage other Null Byters from contributing their knowledge here.
To reiterate, people copying and/or translating articles from Null Byte or elsewhere on WonderHowTo without consent of either WonderHowTo or the author will be banned from our site and will receive DMCA takedown notices for their blogs/websites.
Most any other questions can be answered in our ToS.