MrSavage - 8:08 pm on Nov 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
The reason I say that is because I think Google would be the first to acknowledge a request and if that can't work there, then I don't see anyone else listening. Further, if I take other people's experiences, they have said contacting the host resulting in no action being taken. So I suppose I'm taking into consideration other peoples experience on this one regarding the host.
I'm a real newb at DMCA to be honest. My brain gets a bit fuzzy because it's strange how a frame references my site and how to incorporate that into the complaint. I didn't think it was complicated to file, but perhaps I need to look at this again.
Unfortunately this situation sucks the energy right out of me. What I can say is that many webmasters haven't exactly figured out where their traffic went and what role this site actually played into the demise. I'm currently trying to reach out to other people that I've seen posting about this. It does appear that there are a number of posts from September 2012 regarding this. I will say with 80%-90% of people using Google to try and troubleshoot this means they won't actually get results that talk about this issue. Sounds bizzare but you really won't have much luck finding articles/posts with people discussing this site. Instead you will find articles on this site that have content from other sites that talk about whatever it is you're searching for. You want them, but instead you get them, but it's an unrelated article hosted/ranked by THEM. Confusing? Yep, read that a couple times.