Is there any way to contact someone on HubPages who does not respond to messages from me? I want to contact her about my copyright images she has put on her Hub, but I don't want to get her in trouble by filing a DMCA complaint.
I would imagine that most people would say that if you had tried to contact her and she had not responded , then you would have done your best! A more informal approach might be to e mail the team at Hub Pages- they would I feel take action to flag the hub which would mean she would have to take the images down.
You might leave a comment on the hub with the stolen images, requesting that they be removed.
It that fails as well, then flag the hub or file a DMCA.
If you flag a hub under copied content there is information on how to file a DMCA. I would do that if you don't hear back from her. A DMCA won't get her in a lot of trouble, might put the fear of God into her so she won't do it again though.
I agree that flagging and filing with Hubpages isn't a public name and shame--so she will be no more 'in trouble' than she should be. If you tried to contact her directly already, what more can you do?
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.
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by premsingh 9 years ago
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