was published at
with no by line or link.
What should I do?
Do you see the edit button at the bottom right of your post?
Please go in and delete the link to blogspot. Just change http to hxxp, that should do it.
What you have published is a live link back to a thief, which is great for them.
There is a form you can use...I don't have the link to hand right now, but Google 'content thief blogger DMCA' or similar and you will find a form that you can fill in to complain.
Google are pretty good at sorting this out for you
On this page, in the forum post you made that links to the thief. Click the "more" button.
Yes, right under your post. The 'edit' function is only there for a certain time.
If it is not there when you read this, please contact staff - email@example.com, email them and ask them to remove the link manually.
This forum offers a dofollow backlink which spammers and thieves don't deserve.
You can report a blogspot blog directly to Google here:
http://www.google.com/support/blogger/b … e=main_tos
Just select copyright/piracy.
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