First, copying someone else’s content can be a violation of someone else’s intellectual property rights.
If you infringe on someone else’s copyright, the consequences can be serious. First, the author may initiate litigation against you and demand compensation for the damage you caused them by violating their intellectual property rights. It is important to emphasize that the author will have the right to claim both the actual damages and the lost profits they suffer due to rights violations. Compensation amounts in litigation can reach as much as tens of thousands of euros.
In addition, you are threatened with prosecution by the author, i.e., intellectual property rights holder, and for these crimes, both fines and sentences of up to 5 years are prescribed in the Republic of Serbia.
All of this can lead to serious problems with users, who will leave negative comments and reviews on both your website and various other forums and platforms due to dissatisfaction.
In the end, there is a huge reputable risk if you decide to take this step, since stealing someone else’s copyright can seriously damage your reputation and reputation in the market. It is certain that neither users, associates, nor competitors will take you seriously, because your behavior will show that you do not take care of the protection of your rights, nor the protection of other people’s rights.