Linda Sue Grimes alerted me to a thieving bunch of crooks at "Best Content Every Day."
On May 4th I posted an article about Lord Haw Haw
http://hubpages.com/education/The-Propa … rd-Haw-Haw
The same day large chunks of it appeared here
http://best-article-every-day.ga/the-pr … d-haw-haw/
I did not give permission for this theft. How can this be stopped or do we just have to suck it up?
I'm sure other Hubbers have been likewise victimized.
You can go here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … -complaint ,
but frankly, I just go directly here: https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … 14905?rd=2
Use the second link Paradigmsearch gave you. You have to provide Google a link to your original, and a link to the copied content - Google WILL remove the page from Google search.
They've always removed anything of mine I reported to them as copied. I haven't looked for copies or done a DMCA in a while. I remember finding the form confusing, but I always managed to figure out eventually where to go and what to do to get a copy/ pasted article removed from Google Search.
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