Two of my hubs were stolen and published on Google Blogger. I filled out the proper form with Blogger and the content was removed from there. When I look at my hub stats, however, I still see the (c) symbol next to those hubs. And when I click on the hub title in my stats and the hub page loads I still get a warning message that my content may have been stolen. Is there a way to remove that warning? And does having it there have a negative effect on my hubs?
We check for copied content and then recheck every 30-60 days.
If you know that the content has been removed, then you can disregard the notice and it should go away the next time the Hub is rechecked.
You'll want to read this recent discussion on that exact topic.
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