Non Profit Jobs website is stealing IP, Poor Customer Service from

Posted on January 22, 2010. Filed under: Customer Service, Leadership, Non-profits |

This is just to let you know that the website with the heading
“Non Profit Jobs, Tell You about Non Profit Jobs” is stealing intellectual property, specifically copyrighted articles, including one of mine.

The actual URL when you go to the site is

My article about non-profit leadership development is one that I posted on in late 2009. The article was stolen within a few days and even though I complained to ezinearticles there was apparently no action taken. Even though I was the victim, the “standard policy” is for you to have to prove that what was taken was yours. It’s as if you were robbed and the police said, “Too bad, let us know when you catch the thief, and have processed all the evidence.”

Below is the message I sent to Non Profit Jobs via their contact form:

Message to non-profit

January 22, 2010

Non Profit Jobs
Tell You about Non Profit Jobs website
is violating copyright laws.

The article on non-profit leadership development that starts with the question, “Did you learn to swim by reading a book?” is written by me and I own the copyright and all rights. You do not have the right to publish it without my resource box.

I do not know if you are the one that stole it from the ezines article site and deleted the resource box or not, but I request that you either add the resource information or delete the article.

Bill Huddleston
MPA in Non-profit Management

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