By publishing on Hubpages - does that make your content public domain or can you retain...
intillectual property? Or can it PROVE intellectual property?
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by Celina Martin4 years ago
Just wondering, is it necessary to mention source link while using photos from search engines. And, if I do will it be beneficial for my hub or not?
by Keri Summers6 years ago
I'm a stickler for copyright (of course!) and have been reading up on use of "public domain" old works of fine art. In the UK, we have copyright in the photographs taken of fine art, and those...
by Quilligrapher9 years ago
I have seen a few hubs lately that were downloaded and/or compiled from "free" sources on the internet. None cited bylines nor gave credit to the original authors. Are such hubs in compliance with...
by Liz Elias6 years ago
YES, THIS CONTAINS A LINK FOR YOUR REFERENCE--PLEASE DO NOT DELETE LINK--OR YOU WON'T KNOW WHAT I'M TALKIING ABOUT. I was tweaking some of my hubs, and discovered this one: http://dzymslizzy.hubpages.com/hub/I-Be...
by Bill Yovino6 years ago
I check out many of the new hubs as they come across my Home page. I'm interested to see how many people use their own original work, how many correctly use and credit public domain photos, and how many are outright...
by Jesse Mugnier5 years ago
Where do you get your photos for hubpages?Where do you get your photos for your hubpages? Without getting in trouble of stealing someone elses content, and violating copywriting laws?
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