How do I report plagiarism to Hubpages? Some other content farm author on this site below literally copied & pasted my entire hub! I already contacted the website and told them to take my article down and I directly contacted the author to ask her to take it down...but what if they don't? What do I do then?
Here's my copied article:
http://society.bigezine.com/changing-fr … 40645.html
You don't unless that material has been plagiarized on another Hub.
You own the copyrights of your content and therefore all responsibility for defending such rights falls to you. There's plenty of info here on the site to help you learn how to do so.
Same prob with the Big Ez not long ago Kitty. Staff promised prompt action with urls but that was a joke. Even warnings of copyright violations to google didn't move the thief. After two months finally appear excised but gotta stay on top of things at that thief site.
The stolen one of yours with the link was even first person--unbelieveable. Hope someone can tell us how to expedite getting stolen content removed when normal channels don't seem to work.
You can send a DMCA Report to BigEzine.
This happened to me also sometimes back. You can see all what happened to me and how it was resolved from my below mentioned forum post.
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