A query about reblogs: As far as I can figure out reblogs should only include the first image or video in a post and a short excerpt from the text. Is that right?
But I am now being reblogged daily by someone who manages to include all the content from my posts in their reblogs - images, captions, videos, text.
I get a notification that I have been reblogged, but when I look at the site it doesn't look like a regular reblog - there is a link to my site ("Reblogged from ***") but it's under the first image, and then literally all my post is under that. All reblogs I have seen before this had the link to the source blog at the top, followed by one large image or video and then thumbnails and an excerpt from the text under that.
I'm not linking to the blog in question because I'm already having enough trouble with this person - he's even copying all my tweets on Twitter!
I've searched the forum to see if others were having similar problems, but I can't find anything.
I've seen advice about lodging a DMCA but that doesn't apply in my situation at all because the posts that have been reblogged in this weird way don't contain original content - they're made up of YouTube videos, snippets and links to articles and images that are free to reproduce. Why he doesn't just use all that content in his own posts, rather than reblogging me, I don't know.
Is he breaking rules by including the entire content from posts that he reblogs?