.. File a complaint against? A DMCA maybe
Check this out, its basically a copy of my hub in its entirety but just the part visible when you open the page
http://goo.gl /muAsG (Remove the space)
I would definitely file a DCMA with Google. I tried to flag it but that button is inactive... surprise, surprise.
Haha Because its an image from the hub itself. So, its finally time for my first DCMA.
by Barbara Badder 4 years ago
I have two Christmas hubs that are copied in multiple places. Most are just entire capsules. What should I do when they are on a lot of sites. File a complaint on each and every one? This will take forever. They both got extreme traffic last year.
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
I found this hub and thought I'd share. Especially since we are getting buried in these kinds of problems lately.http://cardisa.hubpages.com/hub/Has-Som … -Complaint
by BeckonDeck 7 years ago
Can I do this with a employee complaint against their supervisor?As the Human Resource Manager, if a employee submits a formal complaint in writing about their direct supervisor am I allowed to show that written complaint to the supervisor being complained about?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
I have just discovered that someone who is a google member has stolen the content of my Bird Pod Tutorial. I don't know how to contact him to ask him to remove it, could someone assist me please. I don't want to add a link to his work.ThanksSally
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
There are about 8 or so copied hubs symbols on my account this morning. Upon following one of the links I found my hub but it was spun. You can tell it's my hub but they used a software to change some of the words. How do file the DCMA for that? Can someone from staff help me please?Also, how the...
by Diana 2 months ago
Guys, I have recieved a warning: " WARNING: Your content may have been stolen. Some or all of the text from this article appears to have been duplicated on another page. While your article is not being penalized on the HubPages Network, if this is your original content and it has been copied...
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