One of my hub was copied and pasted on another site. I filed DMCA notice to the site and copied content has been removed on 1-11-2009 by the site. This information is being reflected by the HP below red copyright sign. However, red copyright sign and warning that this hub may have been copied by other site is still being displayed. Should it (red copyright sign) not be removed after knowing that copied content no more exists on the other site.
Crusador, you've done all the right things. The red copyright symbol doesn't disappear instantly, you just have to wait until they do their next check. Don't worry, it's not affecting your earnings ability.
Overtime it will go away. If it doesn't email the hubpages team and let them know. Wait awhile though!
I am facing the same problem and have similar experience. Marisa and tharanx are correct. It should disappear after some times.
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