Not Solved Designers: What do you do when you find a forum that removed your copyright?
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labrocca Wrote:Well...normally I begin with a contact and if I don't hear back soon then I start with the insane talk. Also feel free to join their site and make posts about the owner being a copyright infringer. Make yourself a nuisance to the person basically. Let them know you will be working to get them banned from Google (you can do it) and from their ISP (hosts will remove accounts shown to break copyright). Suing isn't really an option but you can certaintly make yourself a thorn in their side. Attempt to be professional in your correspondence too. Try not to sound like a bratty 12 year old if possible. Be polite, be professional, but be stern. Explain that your goal is to have them place the copyright back and you will then leave them alone. It's a small request really.

Exactly what I did. Some guy tried to copy my site with the same name and all. The key is not to threaten but to get peace. Be kind and they'll do what you say. being rough and threatening isn't a great start, they'll continue to bother you just for the heck of it. Be straight forward tell them what you want without putting up a fight. Someone has to win, and it could be you if your the mature one.
Kind Regards.

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Theme copyright is a nonsense! - by voronv - 2007-08-21, 01:12 AM
RE: Designers: What do you do when you find a forum that removed your copyright? - by Imad Jomaa - 2007-08-14, 01:07 AM
This was a great link, thanks! - by voronv - 2007-08-30, 09:11 PM

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