diberry - 5:42 pm on Jun 18, 2012 (gmt 0)
LOL! Thanks for that laugh in the middle of the gloom and doom, because what's happening certainly isn't funny! (BTW, "goomazon.com" is already taken... unbelievable.)
Let's say you see your content on other websites (and also on several pages of a single website) and from the pages that it is on, there is a url link to the page on your site that it is from.
Despite Google's best efforts, there are times they mistake scraper content for the original because it's just not easy to determine. So they have a DCMA complaint form that's really easy to use. I fill a few of those out every couple of months. Google notifies the other website that there's a complaint. Often the website takes that page down, or hastily rewrites it. If they don't, Google removes the offending page from the SERPs.
That ensures that Google will know you're the original source for your pages (and photos).