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I have a hub that has been stolen- the stolen page is at: http://tablet-pc2014 com/best-cheap-android-tablets.html. This page was stolen from the first one in my slider on my profile page.
I tried repeatedly contacting the webmaster and hosting company. The e-mail address of the webmaster bounces back with an error message. I tried leaving a DMCA notice and other messages by posting comments to the stolen page. No response. I sent a DMCA letter and other communications to the web hosting company. They responded that they could not confirm my copyrighted content or identity and suggested I contact WIPO. This sounds expensive. What else can I do?
Thanks in advance-
Dr. Penny Pincher
The IP for tablet-pc2014.com is registered to ecommerce.com which is actually a US based company, is that who you've tried to work with?
Usually US companies are pretty easy to work with regarding DCMA issues. Although if the web host won't work with you then you might not have any easy options.
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