14 Mar 08
01 May 10 8:30 am
You can read article base's tos here.. http://www.articlesbase.com/terms-of-use
It says "You must respect the copyright of each author whose articles you wish to publish. This includes but is not limited to 1. Resource Box, 2. Any links provided by the author - all these links must remain intact and not altered in any way
." and "You must agree to keep hyperlinks "live" and FOLLOW links
so that users can click on said link and be taken to its destination."
I would mail the person who used the article and tell them to either do follow the link and make the resource box more clear or take the article of the site as you own copyright to it.
Just keep in mind that some things can come back to bite you on the backside by people getting their noses out of place and copying your article onto blackhat sites and bad neighbourhoods etc.. or they may even try to do other things .. so it is up to you really what you want to do.
If it were me, I would send the email but be nice about it.
If they don't honor your request then I would just leave it alone.
Maybe other members here can jump in with some more thoughts..
Just my 2 cents.
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize
they were the big things.
-- Robert Brault