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PCUnix is right, you can also see at the footer where it says "Copyright © 2010 Hubpages Inc. and respective owners." which is just a formal notice that work here is copyrighted.
It's a common misconception that to copyright one's creative work requires some kind of formal submission to government entities. Not so!
As PCUnix rightly pointed out -- your work is AUTOMATICALLY protected by copyright.
It is a good idea, however, to add the "C in a circle" sign,year and your name and post that at the end of your hubs. Just another not-so-subtle reminder to would-be content thieves!
by Silver Q4 years ago
Is everything you post to hubpages automatically copyrighted?Or does something else have to be done to get my hubs copyrighted?
by Crystal Tatum4 years ago
Do you include a copyright notice in your articles? Why or why not?I never do this, but I see that a lot of folks on here do. Just wondering what the opinions are out there.
by Susan Ng Yu7 years ago
Hi. I recently used the "suggested email" template to send to copyright infringing sites and sent it to GoDaddy.com and they misunderstood it. Maybe it needs clarification? ______________This was how I used...
by Ronald E Franklin21 months ago
I'm planning a hub about one particular actor in one particular scene of a movie. Without a visual representation of the actor in the scene the article would be meaningless, but no free or non-copyrighted photos appear...
by dellea4 years ago
I haven't been in HP for a spell because work has kept me so busy for the past few weeks. Upon my return to publish a new hub, I finished my work and included my usual (and short) copyright notice in a text capsule....
by Rose Anne Karesh5 years ago
What are the rules for using cover art in a book review on Hubpages?I believe cover art is copyrighted material, but is there a way to use it on Hubpages if you are reviewing the book? It would help readers identify the...
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