Oh...God. My eights hubs have been copied. What should I do again?
This question is to continuing my last question. I am very sad now, because my eights hubs have been copied. Without edited at all. We can know this from the date we post. I am the first and they post these after me. I know the exactly from the date, they duplicate my content from word by word, even all the pictures. They don't appreciate me, they didn't know how hard I am to do the research to make a beautiful hub. Oh god, why they are not creative. The "c" mark on my hub statistic page is very annoying me. My next question I'll ask about how to fill DMCA online form.
You're the 2nd person in the last couple of days to complain about this. Why doesn't anyone just say who's doing the copying? Out them right here!
go to help and reportthem, then go to each huib that's been copied and flag it - reporting it as copied
Report them and flag their profile (if they are other hubbers on this site)
Look at SweetSusieg's Hub for the past few days. She got a big problem taken care of.her Hub, Copywrite-VS-Plagiarism.
your Q and A for it by some are not going to result in any radical change as far as the attitude of the culprits is incorrigible. Piracy is booming ever.
I had a similar problem. Using Copyscape.com I located where they were published and sent the site owner an angry e-mail. Two of the three copied articles were deleted but the other site won't respond to my e-mails.
Some websites not sure if this is one of them can send something you have written to a sister website of theirs. If you are concerned about making money any incentive from a sister site should still generate you income. Now if you are publishing scholar data and they attempt to publish your work in an important journal, then you have plagiarism. Then you have a law suit. Most websites that allow this end up burring themselves anyway as Search Engines rank those websites low so they should seldom if ever been seen in the first place.
Ooohh..so sorry...report to elite team...or hubpages editor..include the titles of your hubs, and the name and the hubs of the person who copied..
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