• docplayer.net

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  • Last updated: 3 weeks ago
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  • Title Enjoy free comfortable tools to publish, exchange, and share any kind of documents online!


  • Rank 4.30
  • Page Authority 43.00
  • Domain Authority 72.00
  • Link count 13
  • Equity link count 10

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  • Organization Unit R3
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  • Country United States US_flag


  • Organization Unit *.docplayer.net


  • SSL Certificate valid from: 27/07/2021 (2 months ago)
  • To: 25/10/2021 (in 1 months)

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Reports made by other users

  • Anonymous

    worked fine, no issues with a bad download. I have only used it once though.

  • Hans

    docplayer downloads any pdf file it can get its greasy hands on, regardless of any copyright, and then hosts it on their own website and earns money by serving ads. Quite disgusting.

  • David Fisher

    docplayer.net has published a complete PDF of one of my books without notice, without permission, without credit and without offering royalties. This is indefensible intellectual property theft. If that is the site's normal business practice, it should not be supported. Its terms and conditions claim copyright in all the site's content. It continues: 'DocPlayer hereby disclaims any rights to trademarks, service marks, trade names, logos, copyright, patents, domain names or other intellectual property interests of third parties. All intellectual property interests of third parties listed above are the properties of their respective owners. DocPlayer disclaims any proprietary interests in the intellectual property rights other than their own.' But will it respect those rights and only publish what it has rights to?

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