Bitacle is wider spread than you think
Please look carefully at the web address in the URL field of your browser. It should read ‘http://outtamymindwithworry.blogspot.com‘. In case you see a web address containing the word ‘bitacle’ or ‘bitacle.org’, you’re not looking at the original page on which this text was posted. If this is the case, the text you are reading right now might be incorrect or out of date. After I place a post on my weblog, I always try to keep published information up to date, or incorporate additional information, which I receive from readers. You will never find this information on bitacle.org.
If you believe that your content is not yet on bitacle, but you are often picked up by an aggrigator site such as Universal Hub, think again. The posts on Universal Hub have been picked up my bitacle.org and posted as stolen content. This is how I found my posts on bitacle. For information about splogging by bitacle, check out these links. Several bloggers I read have closed up their blogs over this blatent content stealing. My blog is copyrighted and I also have a creative commons license. My content was never made available to bitacle.org. They have not only stolen my content, they have stolen my photos as well. They are serious scum.
Unfortunately, because they are hosted in Spain, there is not much recourse for the blogger other than to ensure that your content has a Stop bitacle.org badge at the top and bottom of each post.
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