MrSavage - 11:55 pm on Nov 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
I have many multiple scraper reports via Google docs. Nothing. I have recently done DMCA complaints, those were all rejected. With the DMCA being denied, so that means and eliminates letters to a host and a complaint submitted via their Adsense ads. Correct? I can't find resource on "What do you do if you DMCA complaint fails".
This is a framing issue. Your site (rss content) in their frame, and your site content is owned by them according to Google. I do not know at what point or how long my content was on their site before ownership was triggered to pass to them.
Although there are some posted solutions out there, I don't see those working. What I think I see is that once your content is fetched, it's in the black hole. You can block etc, but I'm not sure yet if the band aid solutions will resolve anything in terms of ranking or content ownership.
So, in summary, let me ask you. Your content is being broadcast by another site, who took ownership (complete rankings) of that content in Google's eyes, has all your rankings, and you get no traffic from Google anymore. I'm sure there is a penalty because they are essentially naming you as a scraper of their content. You've tried the "legal" and normal options for dealing with copyright infringement, yet those WERE ALL DENIED. Tell me where you go from there. Please do, I'm all ears.