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Technically no. Nothing on the internet is safe. Anybody with the ability to copy/paste can take it but most won't, and then there are the content scrapers which are computers that just copy content and post it elsewhere. There are measures you can take though to alert you if someone does steal your content and steps you can take to getting it back.
There are ways to set up google alerts http://gmagoldie.hubpages.com/hub/Google-Alerts to notify you if someone has reposted your content somewhere else. Just have it alert you when someone uses a line that is unique to your poem.
You can also use www.copyscape.com to check your hubs to see if they are posted anywhere else on the internet. You are allowed so many check for free per month then it makes you pay for credits but it is totally worth it. I even check other people's articles if I suspect they are copied.
If you find your article has been stolen you can file a DMCA complaint http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … -complaint and most of the time the other site will remove your content without a problem.
But don't let content thieves deter you from writing on the internet.
by Pawan Kumar Jha Writer2 days ago
by Carolee Samuda4 years ago
I found several URLs in search that would have contained copied hubs from my account but when I click those links the pages no longer exist. These copied hubs I never filed DCMA complaints for so was confused as to why...
by CMHypno6 years ago
I flagged two new hubs that I saw in my feed this morning for copied content, and each of them had been published in at least four other locations?Surely, there is a better automatic filter that HP could use to help...
by Michelle Zunter2 years ago
If so, did you write post to go with it?
by Rob Welsh6 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...
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
Since HubPages is changing their focus to feeding their new niche sites, where will you be moving your hubs that don't fit the new sites?I highly doubt they'll make any new sites that have anything to do with any of the...
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