I have two red copyright icons on two hubs. How do I find out who the infringers are. Can HP tell me that?
Here's how you can check where the warning is coming from:
1.) Open the article in the HubTool.
2.) Look in the right corner. You should see a yellow "WARNING" box.
3.) Click the question mark at the end of the "WARNING: Your content may have been stolen" message.
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