I check my web stats as I do every morning and didn’t see anything too unusual, except a couple of key search word caught my eye, “black sex”. Not remembering whether or not the combination of the two words were ever used in any of my musings, didn’t think much of it and went about my day.
Then by afternoon, I start seeing the ubiquitous “porn, sex, teen, xxx, tube, etc” as search terms, but still not a noteworthy spike in traffic as when I had published previous articles or media. So I was beginning to wonder whether I had suddenly become the often talked about but seldom seen Asian Male pornstar or some moron was trying to “borrow” traffic from my site.
After a brief search of my hosting records, I found a morrisons.hu, a site for a club in Budapest apparently. Looks to be a fun club, and according to their FB fan page, 20,000+ people like them and have visited. Good for them. But uh, WTF is with directly cloning my media and website?!?!
And using sex trade porn industry keywords!!! What exactly is it about a filmmaker/technologist’s website that is so sexually provocative? I know I’m not the worst looking guy around, if Brad Pitt had a kid with Ron Jeremy, he would most likely still have me beat, so what’s up?
A further lookup and there’s obviously links to other sites, such as agrawalnamkeenindore.com, “DO NOT RECOMMEND YOU VISITING”, it’s a website for european foods along with a page full of sex keywords.
This is the third time my website has been copyright infringed upon. Third time I’ve sent a DMCA Takedown notice for this exact violation… How desperate are “creative” and “tech-savy” peoples today to resort to thievery? It’s one thing if massive traffic was driven to both websites, but c’mon! Nothing was accomplished by this act of sheer retardation.
So if you wound up here looking for debaucherous content and wondering “What’s the deal?”, know that some fuckturd that has access or has hacked morrisons.hu is being a total douche. Good luck on your hunt.
Lawyer and publicist notified, update soon.