Two of my hubs have been stolen and copied word by word, on wordpress and two other sites. I got a message from HubPages regarding this--a 'c' in red. In total they have sent five links to me, where my hubs have been copied.
They have advised me to file a DMCA. Can someone help and provide the correct procedure and link to do so.
You can click on Help - top right of the HP page - then follow the questions - content violation - without permission - and then straight onto DMCA.
The very best of luck. Please tell us how things work out.
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