> Stacey wrote:
>> "mogga" <di@NOSPAMPLEASEmogga.com> wrote in message
>>>Thought this was interesting...
>> Interesting, thanks Mogga.
> Yes interesting. Google obviously haven't got the hang of this spam
> thing yet. I reported a slew of sites that were referrer spamming my
> logs from blogger.com (owned by Google). The sites were obviously thin
> affiliates or scrapers earning money from adsense and in clear
> contravention of blogger T&C. I got a reply from Google but so far no
> action (1 week). Google is either overwhelmed by spam or not that
> bothered about it as long as it makes adsense revenue.
Several hours ago I found out about a fellow blogger whose site got mirrored
by some bastard with a new, self-owned domain. There was another severe
case of plagiarism involving Podz of WordPress about 2 months ago. Somebody
in Blogger literally mirrored his entire blog, graphics included and I
think HotLinking too. His complaints to Blogger were discarded. He had to
make sure he wasn't getting penalised for duplicates. Do you see the irony?
Roy S. Schestowitz