It turns out as well that a lot of sites are being published on it through their feeds. Even though I have my full feeds being published on another site, I actually gave them permission to do so. I don’t recall giving permission for this blog to publish my posts on this site and that violates the copyright of this blog. Now it wouldn’t be so bad if the site works as an aggregation, but seeing that it got ads plastered all over it, I think that’s just taking advantage of the situation.
Now seeing that I can’t contact the owner of the blog to kindly send them a cease and desist letter, Lorelle fortunately gave all the answers to this one, both in her book on Blogging Tips I’ve received and in one of her post about Jonathan Bailey and plagiarism.
Anyway, if you’re Malaysian and don’t recall giving permission for your content to be published on this site. Help by sending their host a Digital Millennium Copyright Act notice to take down the site. Also help by reporting the site to Google’s Adsense because they are using copyright material to earn money.
The hardest part of things like this is trying to find out who nicked your content. It’s actually easy to deal with them after you find them out. It just takes a little time and some vigilance on our part to make sure our content is being used for the right purposes. Plagiarised content will not be tolerated, at least not by me. If I knew who you are, rest assured you better grow two eyes on the back of your head because as I said before, there are worse things than death.
And I’m all of them.