There are a couple of threads which might be useful:
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … ost4118188
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … rms-of-use
My understanding is that copyright will remain with the author but he or she can not publish it simultaneously in other places. For that author has to delete his article from HP first.
This is incorrect. You cannot reproduce an article that has been published elsewhere until all traces of it have been removed. However, you can publish your articles anywhere you like AFTER they have been published here. There is no penalty.
The copyright belongs to you, but HubPages/Maven reserve the right, while you are using the platform, to reproduce your work as they please. This is normal practice nowadays. You are free to remove it at anytime.
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