Several court cases have held that using thumbnail images is fair use when:
They are small enough that they don't don't satisfy the users' desire to see the larger original.
They serve a different purpose than the original, especially when that different purpose is to direct users to the original.
Here is an article written by a lawyer that lays it out in ...
Connect to your server with SSH and use the cp command to copy the files
Some basic examples of cp here http://www.computerhope.com/unix/ucp.htm
Other people have asked a similar question on cpanel.net and they got the same answer to use SSH
rsync is another command you should look ...
Jerks like this came online almost the moment the Internet was born. A couple options worthy of thought:
You could write code in CGI/Perl, or PHP that calls your data (and
pages) "on the fly". Putting the data into product files, or
dataBases, instead of in standard HTML, may inhibit their bot from
being able to steal the data. Granted, they could have a ...
As a general rule, anything visible to the public can be crawled by sophisticated bots. Locations can be faked, IP addresses can be masked, captcha-solves can be purchased.
Your best recourse in this case may be through legal. Start by sending a DMCA takedown request to Google to get his site de-listed from Google Search, which should slow him down. If the ...
This is a difficult game of wack-a-mole and it is nowhere near foolproof.
There are a at least a couple of ways - in principle - this can be attacked, but multiple jurisdictions and laws make it tricky and maybe expensive.
The obvious tools at your disposal is to find their hosting provider and provide them a DMCA or equivalent notice. Most developed ...
Technically you are not able to prevent this action.
Though, you can do things in order to kinda "defuse" those duplicate or low-quality pages that may hurt your rankings.
You can put a canonical link inside your body tag and inside the section of the main content.
You can put a branded link inside your main content so that cloned content will have a link ...
You don't give enough information, so I guess that you have changed domain names and you are using Apache as a webserver.
Given that the website was live only for 2 weeks the change or domain name will have no significant (or at all) impact to search results. A general good advice when changing domain names would be to take the following steps:
If you ...
If you can, don't copy all the article
It's a bad idea to copy a full article from another website because you generate duplicate content issues between your site and the other one (even if the author of the article accepted the copy).
A good way would be to copy just two or three lines of the original article and add some unique and relevant text from you....