On Friday I reported that BD+ has attracted additional licensees. I use a number of Google and Yahoo filters to track various DRM related topics that are in the news or that have been discussed in the blogosphere. My filter found a link to ecomputerblog.com with my headline as their headline. They provided no attribution or link back to this site.
Going to their main site indicates that none of the articles noted there have links back to the originating site. So it appears that ecomputerblog.com exists to attract people to their site and to generate page views using news and blog posts that belong to others. When I've been there, the advertising points to Diino, apparently a Swedish company. Slick.
They have obscured owership in the DNS database, and they did not respond to email sent to their DNS registrar per instructions by that registrar.
I'll have to modify my copyright notice to preclude using ANY portion without attribution, even if that portion would be deemed a fair use under US copyright law or fair dealing under UK and EU law.