Hub writers write with the belief that their Hubs that they have created belong to them the writer.
Is there any form of Copyright protection at Hub Pages that insures the safety of the writer's articles once published?
Does Hub Pages have any legal responsibility to its writers to protect their work from plagerists?
by Wayne Barrett3 years ago
Looking for advise on how to get my work copyrighted. I have seen free sites but do not know how reliable they are. Or should I pay for the extra peace of mind?
by Geri McClymont15 months ago
Hello Hub Community,I have a question about copyrighting our hubs. I noticed that some hub authors have the copyright symbol (C enclosed in a circle) followed by their name at the very top or bottom of their hub...
by Liz Elias6 years ago
I have read the scant info on copyright infringement that I was able to find here on the site, as it pertains to our works on Hub Pages.It all seems to deal with other hubbers copying content.Are we also protected...
by Jeff Davis6 years ago
is it necessary to cite the origin of your photos if you downloaded them from somewhere? and is it necessary to copyright or somehow mark photos posted that you yourself has taken? thank you in advance for any input.
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
Google has always been good at deleting plagiarized content that was posted on blogspot.com, which is hosted by Google.But now I have a problem... When a hub is chosen for Editor's Choice the URL is changed since it's...
by Charu Bhatnagar4 years ago
How does international and national law protect us from copyright infringement of blogs- our articles, stories, all that is written by us?
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