Several author's articles have been copied here:
https://akeratos dot wordpress dot com
This just takes us to Wordpress. It doesn't go any farther. Can you be more specific? I know I have at least one hub copied on Wordpress. I filed a DMCA on another hub and it did absolutely no good, and I've just filed a DMCA on this one. Mine is copied on a site that says they crawl the web and republish noteworthy articles. They gave HubPages as the source, but they didn't give credit me as the author (or anyone else, for that matter.)
Here is the website where my article is illegally posted. I doubt if anything will be done about it, and I've done all I can. The website is out of India.
https://shipakdehain.blogspot.com/2016/ … f-all.html
Thanks, I understand. But I can't find the akeratos blog. And when I google it, all that comes up are sites on keratosis.
Blogger/Blogspot belongs to Google, so they will take copied content down. You need to fill in the form which you should be able to find here:
https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … r/1114905?
Also, you should edit the link to the copied site, so that it is not live. Copy Eugbug's example by leaving spaces and typing dot instead of .
e.g hubpages dot com not hubpages.com Hope this helps.
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