I've had Md dot newszapforums dot com copy when of my hubs in full. When challenged, he came up with a novel excuse:
Your site has a section where readers can link to the page (under "share this page"; it states "paste the URL or HTML from below into your website, blog, email, comment or hub:")
Gotta give him credit for trying.. Strange concept of "below", but creative.
I once had a woman copy an entire website that I managed. When I confronted her, she blithely said, "Well, you don't own the Internet, Lisa!"
'Why you enabled feed on your site ? " -I got this reply from plenty of thieves.
I just found out I had a Football hub copied when I checked my account and HP had the copywrite symbol in place. I followed the link and finally found a way to contact the site. They had no way to contact the writer.
HP notes "removed", but...it is still there! I e-mailed the site with the DMCA report that HP had available. Will see if it is removed or then I will go for the Adsense account.
The person didn't even try to change anything...just a complete copy of the page!!!
The site was rootzoo.com
There is "was" some buzz that Google is shaping to stomp down hard on plagiarised content ... will they?
by Joween Flores3 years ago
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Check for your articles at this place...http://entertainment.bigezine.comI have mailed them in no uncertain terms.
by Judith Hancock4 years ago
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by Mary McShane3 years ago
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I knew it couldn't be that good forever, but I am concerned that it's Healdove that seems to be getting hit.
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