Somebody has copied whole content of my hub and put it on the website. Earlier, HP unpublished my hub and after contacting, they sent a link to that page and republished my hub.
This website has no contact-us page or an option to post a comment. It has total of 7 articles. One is copied from my hub - http://hubpages.com/hub/Better-to-stay-on-rent
3 other articles has been taken from my personal website. I am really confused what to do with that fellow and get the content removed.
If you know you haven't posted the material on some other writing site that may have sold it to the people who own the site you're complaining about, e.mail whoever owns the site with your material and request they take down the article. Important, go to Google and file a DMCA report.
You'll have to fill in a few pieces of information, and then submit the report.
I have not posted it anywhere else. There is no information given on the site so as to contact anyone. To file DMCA, do I need to write a letter and fax it as stated on http://www.chillingeffects.org/dmca512/ … ticeID=861
If you click the "Inft" at the very bottom of the page, you can email the creator...
They have Adsense. You can file online from here:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … _complaint
Hey, Thanks for the link Uninvited Writer. I sent the complaint to Google. Hope to get a reply from them.
Lisa HW has already provided some good information. You may want to check out this recent thread on the same subject, which has links to further information.
I think many have given some wise advice. My addition, I hope will contribute further. Here is a brilliant hub by RyanKett that might help you and others who might read this post:
Hoping this helps
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