Today I found every single one of my hubs have been copied and put into some type of chinese or other languages text. There are thousands of hubs that have been copied here as well. http://lordofdesign.com/ is the website that has my hubs on it yours are probably here too
http://lordofdesign.com/a/bestcattree/hub/bestcattrees is the place where my hubs have been copied in another language...
What to do?
The language on that website is Japanese.
It is hosted through a website proxy. Report the DMCA using this online form:
In a few days, Cloudflare will send you an email telling you which company is really hosting the website and then you will need to file a DMCA with that company, too.
A whois.com lookup has provided me this information. Unfortunately I do no live in China or speak Chinese so I cannot even email this person. Thought maybe someone here could help seeing as all of our content has been copied. They even have hubpages affiliate links on my copied pages on their sites.
Domain name: lordofdesign.com
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I noticed that the whole site has been copied in the fifth dimension, also.
You can see it here:
Obviously, you will the relativity extension for Chrome or 'quantum explorer' for IE.
Incidentally, you have a link to your own site on the very first line of the hub you mention. Really bad practice.
It's another mirror site. All our stuff is there - just change the username in the url to your own - http:/ lordofdesign.com/a/writerfox/
Will I know this is a bad practice for the link. I was testing something out and I'm glad I did or I never would have found out about this copycat.
This site is hosted by Linode, a company headquartered in New Jersey. It appears that everything has been removed, but check for your user name:
http:// lordofdesign.com/a/put your user name/
If your content is still there, file a DMCA at:
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