I've just viewed my HubStats and it appears one of my hubs is probably copied by someone else...what can I do to rectify this??
If you believe that your original copyright material has been used without your permission, then a DMCA notice of infringement might be something that you want to look into.
Here is info on how to file one.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … -complaint
How do you determine that from your Hubstats?
by Healthy Life3 years ago
Copied HubsIs it a good idea to contact the author first or immediately file a DMCA complaint when copied material is discovered? I'm finding it a challenge to keep up with this aspect. Thanks in advance for your help!
by Kevin W3 years ago
So lately I have been having major issues with people copying my content, I have filed the necessary forms, but how do you know if and when it has been removed? And for those of you that have had this issue, some people...
by Mazzy Bolero5 years ago
What sites offer downloads of your hub pictures without your permission and what do you do?After the new Google Algorithm I tried searching google for my name on Hubpages and after seeing all my comments listed, but...
by Kim Kennedy4 years ago
Yet another copier out there. I just found my latest hub copied at myfirstbloghotel dot blogspot dot co dot uk. Word for word copy with 15 of my photos in the sculpture gardens (with innerspin as the source,) They have...
by Nurfninja6 years ago
My post was erroneously labeled duplicate. It has no repetitive phrases from any other work.
by Radhika Sreekanth6 years ago
Just now I saw a hub that was copied from that of mine. I had published it on 27th Feb. The same hub is being published with a little changes here and there. What should I do? Any help would be highly appreciated.
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