Here, I won't put my images online, only in magazines. That way they cannot be easily stolen. Better yet, how about I put my website on my laptop only. That way I can tour the country showing people my website and it cannot be stolen or scraped. Idiotic is saying that because my album is on my website, that search engine X can serve it up themselves because, well, it's online afterall and I didn't block them from doing it. It's like a store without an alarm system or locked doors. Because my doors aren't locked, go ahead, come in, take whatever you like. You are justified because it wasn't locked up. Back to websites, because I'm online means that it's free to steal for your own usage or at least scraping the answer part and then posting that for your users or your answer box product.
Caring about website X copying and publishing my content is like dividing zero by 2. Heck, let's say it's zero divided by 5. If 5 people scrape from a zero revenue generating source, it's still going to amount to zero. Of course in 2017 there is still some money to made otherwise people don't scrape.
Chasing copyright infringing websites is a fruitless exercise. It would be like arresting the street level drug dealer. You are not going to affect change whatsoever. Sure, on some level there is some pride in it, but in terms of wasting time and not affecting change, it's a home run.
[edited by: not2easy at 6:47 am (utc) on Jan 27, 2017]
[edit reason] TOS #4 [/edit]