What to do when your website content is stolen?

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What to do when your website content is stolen?
« on: 12-03-2020, 09:00:59 »
Hi Guys,

I found two URLs  on Google which is showing my website content but when we go to its homepage it gets redirected

My website: https://www.kuchbhi.com/
Stolen Content:
1. https://www.odedc.com/blog
2. https://www.brustersicecreamtraining.com/blog

Please suggest to me what to do now?


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Re: What to do when your website content is stolen?
« Reply #1 on: 12-04-2020, 11:17:12 »
Write to them directly.

1) Label what they're doing.

"When you take my content without asking, I feel that you are stealing food out of my children's mouths."

2) Remind them of their standards.

"How ethical is it to take other people's content without permission?"

3) Give them a face saving out.

"Would it be a terrible idea to take down the content you borrowed?"

If that doesn't work, time for a cease and desist letter. Legal boilerplate can be found on Google.
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Re: What to do when your website content is stolen?
« Reply #2 on: 12-06-2020, 23:15:34 »
contact the website owners to remove the content!

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Re: What to do when your website content is stolen?
« Reply #3 on: 12-06-2020, 23:51:04 »
Just Mail Them To remove your content. or if You have applied for DMCA Then Contact Them
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Re: What to do when your website content is stolen?
« Reply #4 on: 12-08-2020, 21:28:01 »
If the website owner doesn't remove them after you mail them, the last option is DMCA!


 

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