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by Susan Ng Yu 7 years ago
Help! I need some advice. Another one of my hubs has been copied verbatim with all the pictures, and the one who copied it indirectly refused to remove it.Three days ago I left a comment on his site politely asking him to remove my article but got no response for two days. This prompted me to file...
by Sleepylog 4 years ago
Hello everyone. I have found a Japanese website that is hosting content stolen from me. The website in question is goo.ne.jp and my content appears on one of their subdomains. The whole website is in Japanese except for the stolen content so I have no idea how to contact its owners/administrators...
by Fehl Dungo 5 years ago
Should you keep your WHOis information private? Why and why not?If you own a website domain, should you keep your Whois details private? Why do you prefer that?
by Mackenzie Sage Wright 2 years ago
I have a problem. Encyclopedial.com has reprinted about a dozen of my articles, word for word, with no credit to me and without permission, and just keeps scooping more out of my hubpages. I cannot find anything on the website about who to contact, or the company that owns it. So I went to one of...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
Hello Hubbers, welcome to our last two weeks of the year. For these last two weeks of 2010 we are going to HubMob about "Eye health, visual impairment and Blindness". We have chosen this topic because January is National Braille Literacy Month and also Eye Care month. ...
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