chrisv1963 - 3:17 pm on May 8, 2013 (gmt 0)
He's also using cloudflare, which I've sent a DMCA to. Their response is because of the service they provide, no content is hosted with them, so they can only pass my claim along to the owner.
CloudFlare should tell you where the website is hosted and then you can send a DMCA to the hosting provider.
Also, this is a cheap answer from CloudFlare. They are a CDN, thus the content IS on their network/servers. I had a similar situation a couple of days ago. When I checked the ip-address of a content thief I ended up at CloudFlare because the content was on one of their servers. CloudFlare did nothing, except for letting me know where the violating website was hosted.