So who reports this? The HubPages team or do we have to do individual DMCA complaints?
Ugh! Thank goodness that I only have a few articles on Delishably
Here is the Who Is information about the site:
% By submitting a query to RIPN's Whois Service
% http://www.ripn.net/about/servpol.html#3.2 (in Russian)
% http://www.ripn.net/about/en/servpol.html#3.2 (in English).
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, UNVERIFIED
person: Private Person
This is all gobbledygook to me. I have no idea how to winkle out of this who you file a DMCA with. Perhaps someone else does.
But, if it's hosted in Russia my understanding is that you are likely to be given the middle finger if you file a complaint. Perhaps, I'm wrong. This sort of stuff is not my strong suit.
Report it to Google will at least ensure it doesn't appear in searches from the Google search engine.
How do we report this to AdSense too? Or is reporting to Google enough?
Check your removals dashboard. It shows the progress status of submitted complaints:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … &pid=0
Thanks! Mine show all submissions of mine as "approved." That means they have been purged?
Three more Delishably clone sites:
Stoplina dot online
Olokontor dot ru
Zungostar dot ru
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