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We are writing to you today because you may have received communication regarding your post(s) that are part of Hacker Noon, and we wanted to clear up some confusion that we’ve gotten from writers who received this email.
First, we want to clarify that your content is published and hosted on Medium.com. Hacker Noon is a publication that exists on the Medium platform.
You own the copyright to, and have complete control over, all the content you publish on Medium.com. This is regardless of it being part of any publication, including Hacker Noon. These are your rights as defined in our Terms of Service.
Any Medium user can create a publication on the Medium platform to organize a team of writers and their posts. And while Hacker Noon may appear to be an independent website, it is not. It is a container that exists on the Medium.com infrastructure, much like a Facebook page.
Publications on Medium are bound by the Medium Terms of Service, and they have no right to your content that you do not explicitly grant them. That includes exporting, copying, or reposting your content to any website that is not Medium.com.
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Additionally, you can remove your post(s) from Hacker Noon, or any Medium publication, at any time. Simply navigate to the post, click the "..." menu in the lower right corner, and remove the post from the publication. Watch this video for more details.
Apologies for any confusion, and please let us if you have any additional questions or concerns that we can clear up for you.
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