I have found a website that has a heading Lori Colbo on hubpages. It lists various hubs of mine, photos used in my hubs, and hub related to minebut from other people too. Some I commented on at one time.
At the bottom of the page it has this disclaimer: All contents published under GNU General Public License. All rights of images and videos found in this site reserved by it's respective owners. I know nothing about GNU Gener Public License. What is this about and is it legal?
Illegal. Common. A lot of scrapers and dodgy people enjoy stealing and copying content to create fake sites to earn money from.
I am guessing you mean flagstaffnightout.com/lori-colbo-on-hubpages
This is a weird one - they actually haven't stolen your content (the links don't go to anywhere really) so it's neither positively or negatively impacting you. You can file a DMCA takedown notice if you wish though.
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