This URL and info appears at the bottom of a webpage where one of my plagiarized articles appeared. This is a notice of the removal of an article on the page and how to get to the DMCA list of actions taken by date on DMCAs.The list is being compiled by a group of lawyers as a special project for Google.
Google's Blogger uses chillingeffects.org to launch their DMCAs and stuff. I know, I just filed a complaint with them because a blogger has stolen a lot of Hubpages articles, my own included, and the form said the complaint will be sent to chillingeffects.org to file a DMCA.
I saw your info on stolen stuff on my Iphone. I will check to see if any of mine are there. Thanks so much for posting the info. I guess Google is really trying.
I searched for 'Richieb799' on that blog but couldn't see my stuff..its a nuisance we have to watch our backs like that.
You know - HUBPAGES loses money on this stuff too - and to me it seems like they should take the initiative to protect us ALL - as they stand to loose a huge sum of money from plagiarism as do we - but HP, the company has the POWER to do something about it, I would think - for them, and all of us.
Does the site list evryone on Google, or specifically the work of Americans as I think these are americans doing this work Chillingeffects.org. Would the site work for me as I'm Canadian?
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