I received a duplicate warning on 2 post. Those post are from a website which I own. The hubpages only have one link which says:
Original Source: link to the source (Which is the link to the article on my website).
Two of your hubs have taken content from About.com. Even if you are the original author, I believe you sold the copyright to them when (and if) you wrote the articles and got paid for them. Reproducing them here on HubPages is a violation of copyright.
Oh My. Okay Thanks. Irohner. Detailed answer. Thank you Relache and thanks 21 Days
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