This URL and info appears at the bottom of a webpage where one of my plagiarized articles appeared. This is a notice of the removal of an article on the page and how to get to the DMCA list of actions taken by date on DMCAs.The list is being compiled by a group of lawyers as a special project for Google.
Google's Blogger uses chillingeffects.org to launch their DMCAs and stuff. I know, I just filed a complaint with them because a blogger has stolen a lot of Hubpages articles, my own included, and the form said the complaint will be sent to chillingeffects.org to file a DMCA.
I saw your info on stolen stuff on my Iphone. I will check to see if any of mine are there. Thanks so much for posting the info. I guess Google is really trying.
I searched for 'Richieb799' on that blog but couldn't see my stuff..its a nuisance we have to watch our backs like that.
You know - HUBPAGES loses money on this stuff too - and to me it seems like they should take the initiative to protect us ALL - as they stand to loose a huge sum of money from plagiarism as do we - but HP, the company has the POWER to do something about it, I would think - for them, and all of us.
Does the site list evryone on Google, or specifically the work of Americans as I think these are americans doing this work Chillingeffects.org. Would the site work for me as I'm Canadian?
by Dil Vil 4 years ago
50 hubs of mine were copied and several complaints i made to google to remove that site. Ads are also running on that site, perhaps, they are money too may be. I am clueless how to tackle this. HP please help me, do something.The site name: http:// myfood000 . blogspot . inI remember, only one time...
by Janis Leslie Evans 19 months ago
What is the email address for making a DMCA complaint for a trifling blogger on blogspot? I just went through a feedback route on "Google Blogger" site policies to ask for an address but I know that wasn't the proper procedure. I'm a little frazzled, mad because one of my best performers...
by Dale Hyde 5 years ago
I wanted to share an email that I received four days after filing a DMCA complaint against copied material I found upon searching. This is not the first positive result I have had from various DMCA complaints filed with Google. It is not hard, does not take a lot of time and you get...
by Keith Abt 5 years ago
Looks like another content sniper is at work, stealing our shizz from HubPages. This so called "music news" site has sniped at least four of my Hubs and it looks like there are many other pieces pinched from my fellow music Hubbers as well. If you've written any Hubs about music (any kind...
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
I have to issue a grovelling apology here, I stuffed up mightily. I posted an explanation of how to claim authorship with Google, and made one small but extremely important mistake. For those who followed the original advice, my sincere apologies. You need to edit your profile and...
by bonetta hartig 8 years ago
so how do I go about getting an absense account for my hubpages
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