Stop bitacle.org

from stealing weblog content!

Stop bitacle.org

The people behind bitacle.org steal content, such as text and images, from other’s weblogs and place it on their own website. Their practices are criminal and/or abusive, because these people violate the copyrights on the original content, of their holders. Not only copyrights are violated, licenses such as those of the Creative Commons are not respected as well.

Stolen content from weblogs is placed on bitacle.org’s website, between commercial messages for which the people behind binacle.org are being paid for by advertisers. At this moment Google places commercial messages on bitacle.org, but this company is requested to reject bitacle.org as their client, because of bitacle.org’s criminal/abusive behaviour.

Stop bitacle.org from stealing the content of weblogs. Take action!

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22 September 2006 - Posted by | Abuse by bitacle.org

3 Comments »

  1. Bitacle and Splogs: Final Thoughts

    Off to see an interesting combination!

    Trackback by Frenchy's Fracas | 24 September 2006 | Reply

  2. Thwarting bitacle. IMO there are some rather simple things we wordpress.com bloggers can do to thwart bitacle.
    (1) dashboard -> options -> reading -> set rss Syndication Feeds to “summary” rather than “full text”

    (2) when writing articles deliberately use the “more tag” because if you use the feature, it will cut off posts in RSS feeds.

    (3) I’ve been suscribing to my own blog feeds and had them set on “full text” so I can have back-ups. But what I can do instead is periodically export my blog to my desktop and save it in a *.txt file and then save it to disc.

    So do you techie types find any fault with what I’m proposing? Please respond.

    Also are you aware that a block bitacle plug-in has been developed just hours ago? Scroll down for the English translation. Downlaoed is available at this site http://elias.horribile-dictu.de/2006/09/24/bitacle-blocker-wordpress-plugin/

    Comment by timethief | 24 September 2006 | Reply

  3. […] And so comes the battle against Bitacle. The people behind bitacle.org steal content, such as text and images, from other’s weblogs and place it on their own website. Their practices are criminal and/or abusive, because these people violate the copyrights on the original content, of their holders. Not only copyrights are violated, licenses such as those of the Creative Commons are not respected as well. […]

    Pingback by   The Biggest Splog Battle of ‘Em all by Blogging Pro | 3 October 2006 | Reply


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