Okay, this video (thanks, Howie!) doesn’t refer to eHow specifically. It was released about five weeks after eHow launched their mirrored site in the US that they called a UK site so they could try to excuse themselves from paying for content they didn’t own.

But if it isn’t clear to you yet how and why the fake UK site hurt residual income writers, (besides the fact that eHow decided that it was right and moral not to pay for the duplicate writer-owned content), this video may clarify things for you a bit:

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