A certain hub of mine was tagged for a duplicate copy and when I access the site, I found out that the contents of my hub were converted into a pdf and posted in another site. When I try to access the main site, this is what I saw:
NOW Your IP -
You are visiting from the IP Address: (I deleted this section)
- has been registered
in the below Domain Name System Blacklists, and distributed to other "Blacklists" etc., IF the log tells, you tried to hack in to directories, where you have NO access, or you are one of the "BAD WEB-crawlers or hackers e.g. from ISPs´ in Russia e.g. Investelektrosviaz Ltd. - Customers Broadband Aggregation - Fairlie Holding & Finance Limited - etc. or in China e.g. ChinaNet - China Unicom - etc." or you use an "Anonymous Proxy"
Domain Name System Blacklists
also known as DNSBL's or DNS Blacklists
Permanent BLOCKED ISPs´ - IPs´ connections to all Fahnoe Servers, Domains & Homepages"
What in the world is this? anybody can tell me? How do I file a DMCA for this?
All they have done is create a BS Smokescreen Em... and turned the emphasis back onto you!
You have their name and their IP address - so file against that.
They have a web host - Advise the Web host that this party has stolen your copyrighted work and they will shortly be swamped by a vast number of DMCAs and Adverse advertising, if they do not cease and desist with hosting internet thieves (their names) .... You watch... They will act!
I can't help you as I don't have the time at the mo.. but if you look back at the threads that relate to stolen hubs (that I opened last week) you will see the process to follow there!
Sorry mate... good luck - kick their butt!
EDIT: Hey... it doesn't matter what format your work has been converted to.. it's Still YOUR Work and it has been Converted (Stolen!) correct?
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