While trying to get my feeds straight this morning, I noticed that some a**hole is scraping my blog’s content (along with LOTS of other bloggers). They are running Adsense on their “blog” and I want to report them to Google as theives. Does anyone know how to do this? I figure if I can shut down the possibility of them making money off other people’s content it will squash their desire to steal.
How do You Report a Thief to Google Adsense?
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November 28, 2006
[…] The enemy is terrible content. So often, Google searches take you to sites with abysmal content, often little more than a collection of AdSense ads and a bunch of keywords. When you see sites like this, it’s clear that someone is obviously trying to “game” AdSense and make a quick buck. As bad as that is, I’m often more disgusted when I find scraped content stolen from other sites (often stolen from someone who works hard to make an awesome site), as All Financial Matters recently discovered. Another time in which ad banners show up and are unwelcome is when they appear on poor content to begin with – things such as “Hey click this link” followed by a crummy ad. […]