I have had two Hubs with copyright infringements on other sites that now seem to have complied with DCMA filings I have undertake. The issue is Hubpages has not re-checked the status of these Hubs so they are showing as each of these hubs still being infringed.
@Kangaroo_Jase If you have not emailed us about this, could you provide examples of the Hubs to which you are referring? We can then check them out for you.
I think you'll need to contact HP staff directly to resolve this. They may not see it here in the forums.
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