One of my hubs has been stolen but I cannot seem to find the right place to file a DMCA report.
http://mahaorlia 358.slmame .com/index.xml
I have left a blank space in each link. The second person has used the hub several times on different pages. If someone can help me to get them removed I would be grateful.
I recently had a stolen hub. Maybe some of the answers I got can help you. I later noticed that when I clicked on the notice "This hub may have copied content," (It appears at the top of the page when you click on the hub I got a window and on the right side was the world "file." Clicking on that may give you everything you need.
Slmame.com is hosted by Amazon. Send a DMCA to:
And, send the same DMCA to:
The other URL you gave is missing the ".com" or ".whatever", so it is not a complete URL.
I am a little confused about the one which has no .com
These are listed on actual hub where the content has been stolen are listed as below:-
I put a space in between the dot and the b so that I don't post a link. I have been trying to get rid of these for month's with no success and I really do appreciate the info regarding the other one thank you.
.be is the country code for Belgium
maruta. be has a blind registrant listing, but the registrar is
Website: www. key-systems. net/english/tld.html?&tld=be
The dot was missing!
Maruta.be is hosted in Japan by https://www.intfloat.com
Go to this link:
http://translate.google.com/translate?h … rev=search
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on 'Inquiries' from the right side of the bottom footer. This will take you to the host's contact form, translated to English.
Put your DMCA notice on that form, beginning with these words:
Pursuant to 17 USC 512(c)(3)(A) of U.S. Copyright law and the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, to which Japan is a signatory, this communication serves as a statement that:
Thank you so much. I will give both of them a go today. I appreciate your help as always.
You're welcome. You can usually find the hosting company of a website here:
From that, look up the host on Google to find the contact information. Sometimes you will need to do an IP address lookup for the host and the IP host address should be on whoishostingthis.com.
Or, you can do a domain IP look up:
https://www.site24x7.com/find-ip-addres … -site.html
Following your instructions I managed to create a translated DMCA but could not find a button to submit it - mainly because I could not read the translation so I could not tell it whether I had sent the DMCA or not. I tried twice by pressing what seemed to me to be a submit button but am not sure if it went or not. Further to that I received a reply from Amazon today so am hopeful regarding the one DMCA. thanks.
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