You may want to go visit this site and see if your hubs have been stolen.
Have fun filing the DMCA complaints!!
The owner of the site is Dima <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Their hosting seems to be through dynadot who have their copyright complaint form here: http://www.dynadot.com/copyright_policy.html
And another site: famousbridges.net. I searched for "hubpages" and received hundreds of hits. Unfortunately the site is set up so you'll have to scroll through one post at a time. I have informed GoDaddy that most of the content on this site is stolen, so with a dozen or so more complaints perhaps they will suspend the person's account.
If your content is on there, report them to AdSense and they'll lose their account forever. I'd do it, but I didn't find my content on there, so I can't report them. Here's where you file:
https://support.google.com/adsense/cont … eport?rd=1
I have reported it to Adsense (originally I thought the site didn't have Adsense because I am so used to mentally blocking out ads, LOL). When their contact email got bounced I reported the site to GoDaddy. After a few back-and-forths, the articles in question were deleted. I advised GoDaddy that most of the content on the site was stolen, and told them how to check. I imagine a few more takedown notices will result in a suspended account.
by Writer Fox 5 years ago
This forum post discussed the scraping site ALLTOPIC.com:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/115379I have found another site which is scraping most of HubPages, right down to the HubPages-Tutorial-and-Community Section:http:// all-topic.com(Notice the hyphen in the name.)I didn't find any...
by Dan Harmon 5 years ago
In reference to another thread, http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/111298, some news.I filed a DMCA with ixwebsites.com with two copied hubs on http:// www. politics-socialissues.com site. They requested personal information, notably my physical address, which I declined to...
by Keith Abt 5 years ago
Looks like another content sniper is at work, stealing our shizz from HubPages. This so called "music news" site has sniped at least four of my Hubs and it looks like there are many other pieces pinched from my fellow music Hubbers as well. If you've written any Hubs about music (any kind...
by SmartAndFun 3 years ago
Thanks to ThatMommyBlogger for finding this site and bringing it up in another thread. I think it deserves its own thread to warn HP writers. It looks like a site called 2uidea-dot-com is taking newly published hubs and putting them up as their own at a rapid pace. It appears they have filled their...
by Ann Leung 6 years ago
That is another copying site which has been stealing our hubs from Hubbers at Hubpages. My hub How to Cure Vitiligo Naturally was copied and pasted onto this website: <link snipped> under the name "Zimmer". This bad guy changed the pictures but didn't event bother to...
by Clive Williams 2 years ago
This site is stealing articles from usht tp://best-article-every-day.ga
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