If you ever get a DMCA takedown on Facebook or YouTube for videos that contain royalty-free music from iMovie and other software, always file a counter notice.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is used by content owners against websites that host copyrighted material though, in some cases, the system has been abused and content has been removed by submitting false takedown notices.
The Google DMCA dashboard helps you track the status of DMCA complaints that you have made to Google against websites that indulge in copyright infringement.
If a website is republishing your content by scraping the RSS feed, use Google Docs to generate the list of infringing URLs for the DMCA complaint.
If Google decides to remove web pages from their search results in response to a DMCA takedown notice, they will forward a copy of that cease and desist letter to the Chilling Effects website for public consumption.
How do you deal with a scraper site and prevent them from republishing your content? One option is that you submit a DMCA complaint to Google to get the scraper site out of search results.
Is a blogspot blog copying your content or images without permission. You can now file a DMCA complaint to Google via the web asking them to takedown the copied articles.
Google will remove web pages from their search results for which they have received a DMCA complaint from the original owners alleging copyright infringement.