Does your site have good original content such as maps, photos, tutorials, or widgets? Have you noticed that your number of hits, and bandwidth usage has gone up, but your sales haven't? Check your server logs. If many hits are coming from a single URL for no apparent reason, maybe you should pay a visit to that URL. There's an excellent chance that you will find your content being displayed somewhere on that page. By using iframes or regular frames, another site can actually put your page on their site. By using tricks such as z-index, and CSS positioning they can even display only one part of your page, the content they are stealing.
This will turn the tables on the would-be framer, because now the page being framed will open as the top level window, and their visitor will be on your site! You will have turned a drain on your bandwidth into a great source of visitors at the thieving site's expense!
Won't work against the method that I use to get info from a different site, using PHP to extract the source and then removing everything except what I need.
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