The website 68articles.com is stealing hubpages
content - word for word - cut oand paste. From the head
of Hubpages to lowly me these creeps are stealing our work and possibly the reason some of our work is identified by Hubpages as duplicate content.
There is another, and the original, thread on this problem.
Written by Farley at
In the newer posts on that thread there is information on how to contact the thief's ISP and demand he be taken down.
Hubbers rally - you probably have stolen content on that site too.
although this is a good thread the site will come down, its just a waiting game at this point. It really only takes one complaint to take a site down for many days. Bluehost is very aware of copyright infringement laws. the problem is to monitor this dirt bags domain name,because from past experience, he will publish with another host, unless google caps his arse.
My last DMCA with Bluehost took 4 days to bring a site down. then he hosted with another.
you might want to check it out paktrend.com to see if they copied any of your wedding,valentine, jewelry hubs
I hope all hubbers check 68article.com and when then find that they to to the thread mentioned above - get the needed address and file complaints to stop these creeps.
hopefully they get cut down quickly and it's not worth their while to keep sprouting like weeds
They have stolen some of my writings also, even my pen name! I cannot stand a thief. Grrrrr
Good On You BaliMermaid... Let's Kick Their Butts!!
They Have Two of Mine - made out as if I have personally submitted them to their Stolen Content Farm!
Even including this statement within the hubs:
Please Note: That the Haiku here are subject to Copyright which means that if you wish to copy, republish or disseminate my work commercially or for personal gain then you will be in breach of that Copyright and the author has Legal Right to enforce that right. As such; should you wish to use any of the Haiku here; then please; email that request to the author and an appropriate approval will not be unreasonably withheld.
So They Are JUST THIEVES.... and Google are Happy to Advertise on our Stolen Pages... so really Google are pretty low by making a buck both ways!
Take these pricks down... they have everyone's work.. so don't just sit there and leave it to us to do the job for you all the time... Do it Collectively.. and then we can All benefit.
Well I guess if RyanKett, Patty Inglish, Tritrain, LillyGrizitt, Suburban Poet, Pete Maida, Aya Katz, Wayne Brown, Rafken, Climber James, Angel of Love, Chuck, Drax, Glendoncaba, Appledeeds, KerryG, RitchieB799, KatieM2, Ahmar2 (they like his work), mtsi1098, fosillady, dondwest, Paul Edmonton, Sunforged, Pearldiver, Daniel j Neumann, Bruce Bostwick, Freya Cesare, world-traveler, mailxpress, Micky Dee, KT Banks, SEO Ibiza, Russ Baleson, Csanad, Paul Kenyon, Miklanderson, liber, wildorangeflower, ashton13, kunle, CMcastro, relache, Kathryn Vercillo, Choke Frantic, Wendy Krick, Valeriebelew, thisisoli, rancidTaste, NateBoggess123, toutat, Shiela Wilson, nicomp, onlybrackets, etc... etc.
I guess if your name is on here you appear on the first 12 pages of HubPages Articles that are STOLEN and Monetized at THIS 68articles.com Site! They even have the boss's articles... hundreds of them..
So you think this is Good Enough to Ignore???
This is Complete BS.. And it serves to support a United Stand by the writers here! So Come On HP.. Maybe You can put some weight behind this Constant Stealing of Our Published Work on the HP site! We give HP Original Content and when it's stolen and republished... WE get Pinged for Dupe!
Wipe out these fleas FGS.. they are raping us and doing so with Google Adsence Accounts.... No wonder good writers get screwed!
Kick Their Butts.. FORMALLY..
Help your writers HP... You have a New Comp... We write more Original Content.. You publish it here... and it is STOLEN WITHIN the Week!.... Not Damn Good Enough!!
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
How many more times are we expected to have to put up with Article Thieves who use HP solely as a place to easily Steal from and to enable those thieves to fill their own sites with our Original and Copyrighted articles/content/keywords that we published Here in good faith?How about HP getting more...
by Jessica 5 years ago
I found out this morning that this site had stolen at least 2 of my hubs. The more I looked, the more I noticed that it appears every single post on the site is a stolen hub, completely copied in most cases (including the authors' names and copyright notes, ironically). I see lots of names of...
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
These Thieves are back up again.. and once again monetized with that company that has a dollar each way on both the thieves and the Copyright owners... Google!It appears that much of the HubPages content has been shifted or merely re-published with all links, authors and previous publishing sources...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
I find this all so depressing. Can anyone tell me how long after filing a DMCA complaint does it take to resolve these issues - or is it as long as a piece of string?How does earth does one motivate oneself to write more hubs when this continues to happen.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 5 years ago
Hi, Team - We know you can't file DMCA complaints on behalf of our work, but would it be possible to alert Hubbers when major scrapers are found in various categories, so we can all individually check for our content?For example - there were probably many more Hubbers affected by the 'Dan Gordon'...
by Prosperity66 4 years ago
Hi Although it's been 6 years that I've been on HubPages I have never had any trouble nor was I active in the forums.However, on Sunday, I published a fresh Hub and earlier today I've received a very disagreeable email from HubPages stating that my content was duplicate and that, because of this,...
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