How can I get rid of a © on one of my hubs?
I really appreciate that the copyright people are on the lookout. However, I've looked at the article that at first glance appears to copy mine, but the similarity is that we've written on the same topic - short cruises on the Yarra River, and used the names of the same cruises on offer as headings.
Go in to edit and delete it the same way you would any other letter/word (s). Where is it located? What's the title of it so it can be viewed?
Are you saying HP is saying it is duplicate? Or are you wanting to remove your copyright. If it was put on under the edit mode of your hub under Display Options to the right of your hub, just click NO under the Display Options.
Yes, Faith. HP is saying your backpacking.org has copied my hub, but I think they used the titles of the cruises on offer as headings, and so did I. Theirs is more recently published and not very well written.
Sounds like that site has stolen your hub. Wonder if you should file a complaint with that site? Surely, if your hub was published before their article, HP should realize your hub may have been stolen? Have you contacted that site?
What is the link to that site? I spoke to someone the other night who was blamed for that but the other site was a fake.
Perhaps Faith Reaper can help.
I do not know much but just wanted to empathise. I did not know that people did these things on Hub Pages until recently. You have my sincere and very best wishes and support.
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