I posted this in another spot and I was told that I should not have posted it in Report A Problem. So I am re-posting here.
Just wanted to make everyone aware that there are some of our articles posted at this website. You may want to go and check to see if one of yours is there. They do say on the site that if you contact them they will remove your article.
"If you are an author and want to see your content here, kindly drop an e-mail to our inbox at firstname.lastname@example.org. Furthermore, if you seen any copyright content or content generated by you so kindly inform us as soon as possible on above mentioned email address. We will remove it or provide live link on your demand."
The website is http most-popular-articles.blogspot.com/
you know my comments from the other thread
I just read another post and one of the sites has been taken down. I sent a e-mail to that email address saying many DCMA complaints are on the way so better stop copying from HP.
Susan, can you please break the live link you have put here and on the other thread?
Also you lobo, as you have quoted it in reply.
Blogspot ones are easy to get rid of. Just complain directly to Google. There is a form if you search for it.
Here it is: http://support.google.com/bin/request.p … pe=lr_dmca
Susan as a christian doing evangelizing, I try to spread the word of God to as many people as possible, who have an interest in learning about God and Jesus. If some other person is spreading my writings about God elsewhere, I welcome it because it make my task, assigned to me by God just that much easier to fulfill.
I do understand that other writers, who may be making money from their writing may rightly get upset or be upset, for plagerism and take actions against the site but in my case if they want to use my writings about God I say Go for it.
I was just notified that my White Sands National Monument hub was copied. Hubpages not only gave me the link but also a DCMA notification that I could copy and paste as a comment on that site which I did. If they do not remove it, I guess I will have to follow up with further action. This is only the 2nd time in 3 years that I have been notified of a stolen hub.
Hi guys - saw a post by MissOlive (in Hub Hoppers) about this site and found a bunch of stolen articles there - several hubber's articles posted by and credited to "Admin"
Keep hitting them (through Google) and they'll come down pretty fast...
I've been lucky (or not popular enough ) so far this year.
I just got a reply from Google about the DMCA I submitted the other day, and they say the page will be removed in the next few hours.
I am sick of it, it is like an ever increasing tide and it is putting me off writing for the time being.
I like this:
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