One of my most popular hubs has been plagiarized and republished in someone's private blog. In order to prove that the material belongs to me, I have to prove to the blog host that I published it first. Here are the exact instructions on the form I must fill out:
"YOU MUST IDENTIFY EACH POST BY PERMALINK OR DATE THAT ALLEGEDLY CONTAINS THE INFRINGING MATERIAL. The permalink for a post is usually found by clicking on the timestamp or title of the post. For example, “The blog where my copyrighted work is published on is http://copyright.blogspot.com/archives/ … e.html.”
Any help at all would be appreciated! Also, if anyone knows how to prevent material from being copied in the future, I'd love you forever.
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