Many people have contacted me asking for the blogger DMCA template I used in a recent case, so here I am disclosing the full template I used personally for one of my complaints (with my personal details removed).

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Attn: Blogger Legal Support, DMCA Complaints

I own the site <yoursite.com> This is to report that the site owner of <scrapersite.com> – hereinafter referred as ‘offender’- has lifted verbatim almost the entire content of my post/website.
Please find below the DMCA notice against <scrapersite.com>.

Section 1) The copyrighted work at issue is the text that appears on:

<Mention all YOUR links>

Some examples to prove that the offender has copied content:

<Give some examples like Google’s cache, archive.org’s cache etc >

Below is a quick comparison of my site and offender’s site:

My Site: <yoursite.com>

1) Started in <Date>

2) Page Rank:

3) Alexa Rank:

4) RSS Subscribers:

Offender’s site <scrapersite.com>

1) Started in <Date>

2) Page Rank:

3) Alexa Rank:

4) RSS Subscribers:

Section 2) The blog posts where my copyrighted work is published on is

<Mention all SCRAPER’s links.>

Section 3)

Name:

Address:

Phone No:

Email:

Section 4) I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted material described above on the allegedly infringing web pages is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law

Section 5) I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in the notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

Section 6)

<Put your signature here>

<Name>

<Date>

Fax To: (650) 618-2680, Attn: Blogger Legal Support, DMCA Complaints

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Update: Other than fax, you can now email the DMCA notice to Google. Use DMCA-agent@google.com Thanks Jonathan Bailey

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