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I am not able to sleep today as I am just sending DMCA notifications to so many websites and people who have copied my hubs from here. I am tired of doing all this. Can we do something about this infringement issue???? So that no one can so easily copy our hubs even the whole article including the pics.....Oh my God...see here is one person who has copied 7 car reviews of mine that I published a few years ago at HP. I don't know when this will stop. Do you??
Hi Soni2006 I am sorry to hear you're having such problems I think there are many of us here that have the same wish. I'm hoping there's a savvy programmer out there who will make such actions of 'content theft' a thing of the past big dream but am sure somebody is trying for now, I can only recommend you write up a letter, save it to your computer so you can just copy n paste it to the thieves sites I imagine not all people understand what 'copyright' means or they don't care you're not alone with the thievery that does go on for now, we can only hope there's a program that will resolve this problem
Right on. I performed a few title searches and found some of my mediocre content had been copied, hacked, and modified with someone else's byline. I was even sort of flattered- that someone would assume that something I had written was worthy of copying. But it still sucks. Anyhow, where it matters, such as content farm sites and paid article sites- these hacks will be caught in the act by the dupe-checking software.
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
A few of my hubs have been copied by a site hosted by GoDaddy. I looked up their page about copyright infringement and something about the DMCA wording and the way that the counter notice was worded made me a little...
by Les Trois Chenes3 years ago
Three of my hubs have been flagged as copied and I followed instructions and sent copyright notices to Google. Nothing has happened. The copied hubs - word-for-word text AND my pictures - are still there. How long does...
by Christin Sander2 years ago
I've been going through and radically updating lots of old hubs lately. I've found that several of them have been here for a long time with "no notice" on them. I know I'm still protected by...
by Eugene Brennan2 years ago
I just filed a DMCA copyright infringement notice with Google against this site after finding a large chunk of my hub copied on an article. I notice another article on the site has content lifted from Ezinearticles dot...
by LiamBean4 years ago
About once a week I peruse my hubs to check on traffic, comments, and just generally see how things are going. One of my hubs, "What Are The Benefits of Eating Bananas," had the copyright symbol next to it. I...
by Silver Q4 years ago
Is an article considered copied if it includes a link to my original article?I just found out 2 of my hubs were copied on to facebook. However, both include a link my articles in hubpages. Is this considered a copyright...
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