Someone copied and pasted some of my articles onto other websites. I tried contacting these site owners about my articles being stolen, but I was unsuccessful. Now Hubpages left a notification that my articles have copyright issues. These are MY articles, someone stole them from ME. What should I do to get Hubpages to understand this???
HubPages doesn't need to understand it, they already do, hence the helpful copyright symbol to let you know.
Click on the hub, go to the top where it says 'your hub may be copied'. Click that and the offending site will be displayed. You might be able to file the DMCA right from there, but if not: https://www.dmca.com/FAQ/How-can-I-file … own-Notice
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