Plagiarism, theft

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  • #601947

    Hello!
    I had a problem!
    Recently I have found a page with a copy of one of my works!
    This page allows free download of it bypassing my blog.
    I have already sent an angry letter to them, but they ignored it. I asked to remove this page.
    http://brokencontrollers.com/photo-shop-spring-laquo-povsudu-volosy-t27296501.php
    Help!
    What should I do?

    The blog I need help with is povsuduvolosy.wordpress.com.

    #602115

    timethief
    Member

    That site is not a free hosted wordpress.com blog. You have to use whois to determine the web host in question and send a DMCA to the web host in question. Please here > http://en.support.wordpress.com/content-theft-what-to-do/
    See also > http://en.support.wordpress.com/prevent-content-theft/

    #602122

    Thank you…

    #602123

    In fact, I gladly accept advice from those who have gone through the fight against the spread of its content online by pirates.

    #602125

    timethief
    Member

    IMHO you don’t need any advice that isn’t already implicit inn the instructions I linked to. Content theft is common. You need to follow the instructions and send a DMCA takedown notice to the web host. Unless or until you do that nothing is about to change as you have already ignored your first communication.

    #602126

    timethief
    Member

    Edit: last sentence “you” was meant to be “they”

    #602129

    dlager
    Member

    Those permalinks that appear to have a words of you blogs download, on that page

    lead to a page that says “File Not Found”.

    Its possible that he/she broke the link to your file. upon your request.

    #602131

    Yes, probably …
    Just always easier to navigate that you know poorly, when a real person helps you!
    Thank you, anyway!

    #602133

    dlager
    This link is broken, but I think the file is still available for downloading.

    #602179

    They did delete it. So everything seems to be OK now…

    #602210

    dlager
    Member

    Since you ask about experiences I have had a few.
    what I found out is in some cases the blogger may not understand that have stolen someones context. (especially with all the WEB 2+ video embedding that goes on)

    With that said, honey is better than venom. Almost always a contacting the Web host or blog with a polite and but to-the-point E-mail or message resolves the issue.

    #602228

    dlager
    Yeah! Thank you!
    As I think, actualy a letter is what did help me.

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