I found my exact hub (How to speed up torrents) on 2 websites. They didn't even bother to change any words or paraphrase it. I'm not sure what steps I should take. On one of the websites, it requires a registration to email the admins. I would rather not register on THEIR website to contact them.
The other site is run by word press.
I can post both websites if requested, but I would like some personal guidance to address this problem.
I have filed several DMCA requests with Google with positive results each time. It is not necessary to contact the site owner first, especially if they demand you register with the site to do so.
A good starting place is the below link to pursue a DMCA request:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … tice?pli=1
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