I found this another thief stole one of my tech hub. He copied all the texts in my hub exactly as is but he used his own photo to support his content. The website ranks fine and he only uses Infolinks. No contact page ggggrrrrrr....
Check your tech hubs. I hope you won't find your hub in this site:
This copying and scraping of Hub Pages content is getting out of hand and getting out of control. It seems to be word on the street that it's totally okay to steal from Hubs writers now....
If every hubber stopped publishing new hubs for a month, I bet someone would do something about it...
That blog site is owned and hosted by Google.
Go to this link and check the first item on the list: Blogger/Blogspot
http://support.google.com/bin/static.py … page=ts.cs
Follow the instructions from there to file the DMCA request to have them stop hosting the site.
Then, go to this link, sign in to your Webmaster Tools account, and fill out the form to have the blog removed from search engine results:
When the blog has been removed, go to the first link again, choose Web Search, and have the cache copy of the blog removed.
What a shame! His name is Jonathan Dela Rama. And he's a Filipino. I am a Filipino, too. (Hmnn!)
I've been a victim (countless times) of that kind of online stealing.
If you will search for your page or site, you will find many sites also copying your content (but they have caution or warning or disclaimer that they are only sharing it.
Maybe you can contact him via his Facebook account. From there you can tell him that what his doing is a criminal offense.
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
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by cornwall_UK 5 years ago
I had a message from http://judibee.hubpages.com/ to let me know one of my hubs had been copied. It was on blogspot.co.uk - I quickly found an easy online DMCA form to submit a complaint to Google.I then searched for the first two sentences of my hub to see if it was elsewhere .... and found that...
by Rebecca 6 years ago
My Hub has automatically had the ads removed because of content...Because of the content (it's about how breasts can affect a woman's confidence, so there are some 'bad' words in there) my Hub has automatically had the ads removed. I thought it might be a problem, so I e-mailed the Hubpages team to...
by Richieb799 7 years ago
Just reporting a content thief, any advice except DMCA?
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
Here is what he/she wrote:
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
This idiot just ignores all DMCA's, e-mails and keeps posting my Hub all over the web. I did a search with Plagiarism Checker (ww.articlechecker.com)and found 2 pages in Google and about the same in Yahoo where my hub was copied word for word, picture per picture and divider bars. It does appear to...
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