Is anyone else having a problem with their work being stolen and published somewhere else?
And what can you do about it? Is there anyway to stop them? Frustrated!!
No kidding! Umm, I haven't run into the problem yet, but I've been worrying about it an awful lot. Could you please keep us all informed on the topic?! I would hate to have all my hard work stolen by some pathetic Hollywood studio wannabe scriptwriter...
In return, I promise to join you in your fight against shameless plagiarism... Deal?
Yes tons of people here are having that problem. Here is a link you can follow to see what they are doing. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95608
I never had that problem. I have so few views, i don't think i'll ever have that problem:) Yes, you can. If it's a site like Hubpages(Squidoo, Infobarrel, etc.) Then contact those sites. If it's a blog, contact the blog host, give them a link to the stolen article in the mail, some proof that you published it first(like a comment made on that hub on a date before the copycat published it, for example). It's very easy to deal with these things once you know how.
I just found today that one guy is copying all my blog content through RSS feed ,This is really terrible ,I am sending DMCA notice to their webshost to take serious action against him..
Yes I have found three of mine that has been stolen so far. It is quite frustrating..
by SmartAndFun 3 years ago
Thanks to ThatMommyBlogger for finding this site and bringing it up in another thread. I think it deserves its own thread to warn HP writers. It looks like a site called 2uidea-dot-com is taking newly published hubs and putting them up as their own at a rapid pace. It appears they have filled their...
by lmmartin 8 years ago
Is anyone else having a problem leaving comments?I write a well though paragraph, go to post and get the message, "you must enter a comment before posting." This is a recent development and I emailed hubpages help with it -- never did get a response.
by Kristin Kaldahl 23 months ago
I just found that one of my Hubs was stolen in June 2014 and published in a magazine. I wouldn't have found out about it except that they have now put their magazine on-line. It was stolen by a slick looking magazine in Australia, and I am from the US. I told them if it wasn't...
by Joy56 8 years ago
Not about religion or anything deep, just a kind of play fight,,,,,, just to brighten up the day.
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
How many more times are we expected to have to put up with Article Thieves who use HP solely as a place to easily Steal from and to enable those thieves to fill their own sites with our Original and Copyrighted articles/content/keywords that we published Here in good faith?How about HP getting more...
by Patty Kenyon 5 years ago
Is anyone else having problems not receiving Hub notifications on people that you follow?The past week or so, I haven't been receiving all of the notifications of new Hubs published by those that I follow daily and was wondering if anyone else was having that same problem. Thank-you in...
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