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7/2/14
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altamiraweb

http://hasdjurassicpark.appspot.com/altamiraweb.es

¿Qué es esa web y por qué duplica mis contenidos (ver altamiraweb)?
¿Cómo puedo hacer para que no dupliquen esos contenidos?
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paipai
5/3/12
paipai
@ealtimira

Pues nada: Que te parsean tu web y simplemente la indexan bajo su dominio.
Que puedes hacer ? El algoritmo es relativamente bueno detectando este tipo de casos, por lo que no debería suceder nada (y no me preocuparía mucho)

Pero para mas tranquilidad:

.- Intenta contactar con el webmaster pidiendo que dejen de hacerlo y que eliminen el contenido de manera immediata (algunas veces funciona, aunque no siempre)
.- Mira en los logs, identifica con que ip accede... y si tienes posibilidad deniegale el acceso en tu firewall

Espero te sirva !
5/4/12
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altamiraweb
Lo raro es que pertenece a  appspot.com de google, ¿como google permite que copien contenido dentro de su web?
paipai
5/4/12
paipai
@ealtimira


Esto es un sistema donde usuarios pueden deployar aplicaciones, webs, ... No creo que google sea responsable de lo que hagan (al final, es el propio usuario entiendo el que se tiene que responsabilizar de lo que cuelgue allí).

Existe una comunidad sobre AppEngine, donde puedes preguntar y consultar las politicas de uso, y ver si pueden avisar al usuario o incluso.... pedir si es viable penalizarlo de algún modo: https://developers.google.com/appengine/community

Espero te sirva!


5/4/12
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altamiraweb
Gracias paipai, lo intentaré. Lo malo es que "alguien" creo que me está jugando una mala pasada duplicando mi web en varios sitios para penalizarme y parece que lo están consiguiendo. 
 
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