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Is bigezine finally gone? I cannot find the site and so cannot file the rest of my complaints.
I was trying to file a DMCA complaint against bigezine but can no longer get access to the site. Does this mean the site is now gone?
I got an email from "Google team" stating that they received my DMCA complaint but could not find the site of infringement. I looked at the address and it goes to some ads page, however some hubbers have said they have changed the address to what I have not a clue, the forums might say.
The thieving site is in hiding right now. From this forum thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95608?p … ost2047181 it seems that the thieves moved their domain to SedoParking, where they can regroup and resurface in the future.
Please read the forum thread above. It seems that whenever we check out the thieving site, even with blank pages, they may still earn from impressions.
There are a lot of thieves in the internet, so we should be vigilant in keeping them away from our hubs. Thank goodness, we have a great HP community.. very helpful and supportive.
I received this email today in response to my DMCA
12:18 AM (17 hours ago)
Please note that the material claimed infringed is currently inaccessible at this time.
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