Many of us have a need to know if our content has been stolen.
Attached is a link that i feel is one of the best for catching these theifs.
I have no affliation with them, nor do they endorse my work.
I first noticed some of my hubs were stolen and posted on rank08 when I checked "Links to your site" in Google Webmaster Tools. Thanks to Writer Fox and others, I think rank08 no longer has scraped hubs.
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