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eXTReMe Tracker Defending from Website Piracy
Posted in: News | by News Team | 2017 Sept 21
Internet Pirates
Have you found copyrighted text from your site including your domain name in TEXT ONLY on another site, who's only purpose is using your site name to siphon visitors to see their paid advertising? We found site operators that have 1000s pages who's only content is stolen text from established web sites along with a paid ad section from Google's AdSense ad campaign. Google is not honoring their own policies. This is a violation of U.S. Antitrust laws. Help us stop this crime in its tracks.

We have requested that Google stop sponsoring copycat sites using their AdSence advertising program, but this request has fallen on deaf ears. Copy of letter sent to Google. So we are appealing to the public at large. We ask everyone that has a vested interest in protecting their company identity to stand up for their rights. To do this, we ask everyone to boycott all paid advertisements on Google until Google ceases these fraudulent advertising practices. (Specifically: Google is not allowed to run ads on sites that have TEXT spam pages. Pages with no content other than text copied from other sites, just to bait web searchers to their pages sponsored by Google Adsense ads. )

All sites using text from this site are copycat services and have nothing to offer their customers. If they are in the practice of copying text from other sites, that goes to show you what kind of service you are dealing with.

New Google search of copy righted text from our site.
( Whether you are building a personal website or a professional website for your business, you will find what you need at )

Example: Trademark Lawsuit domain.

Google sponsoring 5 pages from this Website using our domain name as ad bait.
Google sponsoring 3 pages from this Website using our domain name as ad bait.

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