Christy Kirwan asked me to post this as there is nothing Hubpages can do because the copyright remains with us. However, this website has stolen a couple of my hubs and it it looks as if most of the content is from Hubpages.
So as not to give this site a load of traffic from folks who think they may have had stuff scraped, here are the titles of the content that may be from one of your hubs, so you can check only if you have written on that subject:
Ten Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About George Washington
Alexander “Sawney” Bean, his Cannibal Clan and t [...]
All the other half dozen are stolen from me!
Here's how to submit a DCMA complaint: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … complaint.
Mindi, if you can still edit your post, change the link to the site so that it is not a clickable link. Having the live link gives credit and credence to the plagiarist from the HP site in the eyes of search engines.
DMAC's really work. If you have your hubs stolen internationally RIPE can help. They don't do anything thing with copyright infringement, but the are a lot of other topics that infringe on international law.
by Jessica 5 years ago
I found out this morning that this site had stolen at least 2 of my hubs. The more I looked, the more I noticed that it appears every single post on the site is a stolen hub, completely copied in most cases (including the authors' names and copyright notes, ironically). I see lots of names of...
by Kristin Trapp 6 years ago
I realized today that one of my hubs has been copied and re-published on two different websites. I was looking at my Google Analytics and noticed someone had searched on a complete sentence or two from one of my hubs. When I searched the sentence on Google myself I saw the other websites that...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
I find this all so depressing. Can anyone tell me how long after filing a DMCA complaint does it take to resolve these issues - or is it as long as a piece of string?How does earth does one motivate oneself to write more hubs when this continues to happen.
by Cynthia Calhoun 5 years ago
I have been alerted to a site that may have many hubbers' work on it. I have already filed a DMCA complaint for my work that appeared on there. If you write any "creative" hubs, you should check that your work hasn't been copied.http: //www.artswithdesign. com/(You'll need to...
by Missy 3 years ago
I posted this hub about MOPS a few days ago: http://thatmommyblogger.hubpages.com/hu … S-Meeting. It took me hours to write, and I wrote it about a very personal topic. There is no chance that I plagiarized it, and I did not post it on any other site.I'm getting a duplicate...
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
How many more times are we expected to have to put up with Article Thieves who use HP solely as a place to easily Steal from and to enable those thieves to fill their own sites with our Original and Copyrighted articles/content/keywords that we published Here in good faith?How about HP getting more...
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