I needed to let all you Hubbers out there know that there is this one person named Her Telden on the Internet who has aggressively been stealing Hubs from the Hubpages website. Her Telden's website is located at the following URL: http://healthylife-here.blogspot.com/
I did Google searches to see whose Hubs this Her Telden had stolen, and I contacted the Hubbers who originally wrote those articles to let them know about it. I myself have submitted a DMCA complaint against Her Telden for stealing one of my Hubs. Anyhow, when I was going through all the articles that Her Telden had published, it turned out that this author, so to speak, had stolen more people's articles than I had thought. Therefore, I am letting the Hubpages community know about this online bandit so that all of you will have the opportunity to check that website to ensure that Her Telden has not stolen one of your Hubs. I think if enough of us submit DMCA complaints against Her Telden, something substantial will be done about it. I hope that this piece of information will be of help to many of you.
by yvens 8 years ago
My article was stolen and posted in a blog where there is no means to contact the blogger. The worst part of it all is that the blogger did not even remove my name/link t hub pages, Can someone help me, what can I do?
by Sherri 8 years ago
I've sent three emails and a certified letter to a website owner who has stolen one of my Hubs, following the DMCA protocol to a T. (I got the vital stats and a postal address from Who Is.) All with no response from the website owner. My next move is to contact the ISP, who is clearly stated...
by Mackenzie Sage Wright 3 years ago
I have a problem. Encyclopedial.com has reprinted about a dozen of my articles, word for word, with no credit to me and without permission, and just keeps scooping more out of my hubpages. I cannot find anything on the website about who to contact, or the company that owns it. So I went to one of...
by LiamBean 5 years ago
About once a week I peruse my hubs to check on traffic, comments, and just generally see how things are going. One of my hubs, "What Are The Benefits of Eating Bananas," had the copyright symbol next to it. I know from past experience that this means hubpages has found my content...
by Kitty Fields 7 years ago
I decided to do some google searching of my own hub topics to see where my hubs were ranking in google SEO and found out that about five of my hubs were posted to some website's facebook page with no direct link back to my hubs. The website is called ggberry.com and is some sort of travel blog...
by premsingh 9 years ago
If any content of the hub is being copied by someone and used elsewhere, its not the fault of hubber. This is nice that HP is motivating hubbers to file DMCA to the concerned site and take appropriate action,who is going to waste time to fight with the copyright violators. HP has witnessed...
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