"Do not copy my style! The first rule of writing is write about what you know, not what you think you know. So, think about what you've done in your life and write about that."
"Blogger respects the rights of copyright holders and complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other applicable copyright laws. When we receive proper notice as required by the DMCA, we will work to promptly remove content that has been identified as copyright infringement. Repeat infringers' blogs are removed, and in appropriate instances Blogger accounts will be terminated."
Recently I had to deal with lot of copyright infringements and it's a pain to think about wasting time to remove unauthorized content. However as we generate content, we should be liable to protect our copyrights too. The best formal procedure is far more complex if you wish to hire an attorney and gonna deal with court. But with my recent experiences, Blogger was really helpful for me in removing copied content found on other blogs and they just take care of your infringement complaint right after you submit a copyright complaint with relevant details. If they found missing information with your request, they will contact you for further clarifications too. So if you found any content of yours on another Blogger blog which infringe your copyrights, it's time to take action.
Before You Go:
* Make sure the copied content you gonna claim were reproduced on a Blogger blog, Else Blogger won't be able to take further actions as they are able to access content only exist on their servers and you have to contact offending hosting provider for further assistance.
* You should login to your Google account before you submit your copyright complaint.
* You should be the copyright owner of the content has been infringed or an authorized person to report copyright violations.
* If you knowingly misrepresent the material or activity infringing, you may be subject to liability for damages. So make sure you are referring to the original work of yours.
* When you submit Online DCMA form, you have to provide URLs of your original work and URLs of content which infringe your copyrights or needed to be removed.
* Once after processing your infringement complaint, Blogger will notify you via email.