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[_] Site theft

Steve Kirtley steve.kirtley at
Thu Feb 10 16:37:38 GMT 2011

Wow that's blatant theft isn't it...
I'd go for contacting all their listed sponsors with details of their logo
appearing on a copyright infringing site... that may help.

Post on their Facebook -!/profile.php?id=100000470941589

Tweet lots about it and encourage others to RT...

It's a difficult one given they're in Chile, but could also be worth doing a
whois search and emailing their web hosts & domain name providers with
details - advise them that one of their clients is hosting copyrighted
material and ask them to remove it within 7 days.

Just attack and expose every way you can and hope it does get some

Good luck with it, let us know if you get anywhere.


On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 3:46 PM, Matt Powell <underscore at>wrote:

> Hi _
> We've had a bit of a problem with someone completely lifting our site
> recently and amending to their own content
> See and
> I've sent them a notice about this but so far have heard nothing back - my
> major worry is that they've got loads of our actual content hidden within
> their site - see
> It's having a very odd impact on my analytics (they've got the tracking
> code on their pages), and I'm worrying it may end up having a big impact on
> our listing results too (which are still in their infancy so need all the
> help they can get).
> I'm going to report this to Google to ensure they do what they can about it
> - beyond this what else can I do??
> Many thanks
> Matt
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