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Found two my hubs on another site. What should I do?


I found two of my recipe hubs, exactly the same, may be copy, pasted, on another site. But they have given a link to my original hub at the bottom. But they have used a different photo. What should I do? Should I report it? How?

 

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    Chitrangada Sharan (ChitrangadaSharan) 3 years ago

    Thanks for the reply and the help. I will act according to your advice.


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Helen Murphy Howell (Seeker7) says

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    S K G Rao. (skgrao) 3 years ago

    If your hub is copied and a link is given contact the person and tell him what you say here can be told to him.Every body get some thing original some times some get it some may copy's something and giving a link is good as the persons gives you Cr.


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    Susana S 3 years ago

    It's good to know that recipes are treated slightly differently.


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Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) says

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    Chitrangada Sharan (ChitrangadaSharan) 3 years ago

    Exactly---My concern is this only. Who will click the link after reading the article. They are eating into my page views.

    Thanks for your reply and help!

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    Susan Keeping (Uninvited Writer) 3 years ago

    So, if someone stole your car you would consider it an honor because they liked your car? It is theft plain and simple.


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Subhas (pinto2011) says

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    Susana S 3 years ago

    You don't file a DMCA with hubpages, when someone has stolen your work FROM hubpages.


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    Chitrangada Sharan (ChitrangadaSharan) 3 years ago

    But don't they check, which article was published first. I got it published on 5th Jan. 2013 and the copied one is published on March 14 and Jan 16, 2013.. Then whose content is duplicate!

    HP should have some way to control this kind of theft.


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    Chitrangada Sharan (ChitrangadaSharan) 3 years ago

    Thanks kess, for your reply. Sorry for responding so late, as I was a bit preoccupied. I respect your opinion.

    Thanks!

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    Susana S 3 years ago

    It's precisely because the work remains ours that Hubpages can't do anything about it. If we gave over copyright to HP then the work would be theirs and they would have responsibility for it.