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I followed one of the links and it goes to a blogspot page that is only a list of "online streaming links." I have been reading about these types of sites and how the Feds are going after these types of posting.
This link is only one page of the information I have been finding, but it is a serious online issue.
http://www.internetfilmrights.com/lawsu … -sites.php
I hope HP is capturing the ISP for these people. I am interested in the addresses since I have copied work on sites such as these. They will add text (copied & pasted from others) on sites when they have no choice to in order to be able to post their links.
I've flagged a bunch of "streaming this" and "streaming that" hubs the past few weeks. I guess they finally realized they won't get away with spamming the forums so have moved onto profiles and hubs. Sheesh...
Since I have determined it was a user from a site as this that has stolen my hub material I will have no mercy in flagging these sites. (people who sign up for HP to promote these sites only)
And it is illegal. I have been reading where the feds and owners of the copyrighted materials are going after the "hosting Sites" to stop this type of piracy.
I always flag those hubs when I see them. HubPages admin has mentioned that it is not allowed.
by Rob Winters5 years ago
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by getitall8 years ago
hi guys,- if I submitted hubs / blogs to RSS sites, will those sites themselves (not reposts) provide me with backlinks?And what is your best and fastest recipe for backlinks?
by Kathryn Grace3 years ago
Hello,Nineteen months ago, another newbie asked if there were a way to replace the generic favicon, next to links to personal websites on our profile pages, with a more descriptive one. See My website icon on my profile...
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by marisuewrites9 years ago
Is it proper to do a hub that talks about my other sites....and gives links to them? Say, at least 10? or more?
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
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