dwoods99 ... your right about the missing links. Not very bright to steal a site's content without all of the pages and also to leave the originating author's name as well
Beaker and Brad ... you guys have an excellent sense of humour .. your choice of smilies cracks me up
Thanks for the good suggestion to attack but I think the normal protocols for these things will be enough
peter ... the confusion is understandable and I'm sure others are confused as well. I will try to explain.
Lotto Tutor .. meaning the website domain located at www.lottotutor.com
has been on the web since 1996. In 1999 the "LottoTutor" web site commenced a buletin board named the Lotto Tutor Bulletin Board and those forums resided in a directory at Lotto Tutor dot com ie: to go to the bulletin board a person would go to www.lottotutor.com/bulletinboard
There was another lottery topic site on the Internet named Lotto 649 Web Site at a different place - www.lotto649.ws
which has been around since 2000
In Feb 2002 the Lotto Tutor Bulletin Board's Question's and Answers section and membership list was amalgamted into the new bulletin board at the Lotto 649 web site. The Lotto Tutor site no longer has a bulletin board but it does have links to its "partner" site at www.lotto649.ws
The internet is generally a great place where we all help each other but the technology can also be abused by the lowest elements of humanity who wish to steal or bluff their way to what they think will give them instant success. Lets say that a low life wishes to have the best site on the web but they do not have the talent, time or $ to produce such a web site, they could go out on the net, find the top site for their particular topic of interest and then copy the content of that site. They then would set up a site of their own, with a different domain name and simply paste the content into their web pages .. just like a cut and paste in a word document.
This is of course unethical and more importantly illegal and would result in servere penalities if caught but these people hope not to get caught. The internet is experiencing an increase in its numbers of imposters and theives but fortunately there are also ever growing methodologies for detection and ramifications for engaging in such behaviours.
Dennis ... I have of course found out everything about the offender and have recorded each digital fingerprint that he has ever placed on the internet since he first turned on a modem.