A step in the right direction from google blogger/blogspot.
About once a month, I spend a day tracking down work that has been copied and getting it removed, or a backlink or the adsense account closed.
Today is the day. But there is an interesting new addition to the blogger DMCA complaints page:
http://www.google.com/support/blogger/b … nfringment
You can now complain about a site that is being linked to from blogger. It is intended for those people who make a blogger blog and then link to another site. Like a lot of blogger blogs, they exist only to promote another site.
I have made my first complaints about blogger blogs linking to sites that use adsense. We shall see. If enough people start doing this, perhaps the linked-to site will get stopped also?
but what if a hubber is doing the same for his/her own hubs?
For example creating brief descriptive blogs on blogger for promoting our own hubs.
by Alyssa 4 years ago
Question for seasoned writers: I found an actual instance of someone who copied my hub, word for word. The only thing missing were my pictures. It was posted on a blog. I used the contact form I found to reach out to the blogger and ask that the content be removed. What is a reasonable time frame...
by Richard Ring 13 years ago
Hello,Today on my Hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Do-I-have-Chron … s-Symptoms I got this message:"Treating Tonsillitis with Antibiotic" is a copyrighted articles, you must remove THIS article, otherwise, you will be reported for copyright violations. by playhomes Inc.I published my...
by Susette Horspool 7 years ago
One of my hubs has a little red copywrite symbol next to it that shows it may have been copied by someone else. I followed up on it a few weeks ago and the moderator closed that site. Now how do I get the little copywrite warning symbol off the hub? Here is the link:...
by Sanjay Sharma 8 years ago
Complete hub posted by someone on Facebook.
by Diane Cass 3 years ago
Two of my articles have a little "c" (copyright) sign next to their titles. Down below it says that means "Possibly copied by someone else". What am I supposed to do about that, if someone copied MY article??? I"m apparently not being accused of copying someone else;s...
by Iakovos Alhadeff 8 years ago
So sad, You report the copied hubpage by clicking report link on top right corner after you visited that copied hub page
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