An anonymous reader writes: My wife is the victim of porn comment spam. It isn't her site that's hit; it's her name. Some scum-bag porn-link site with about 10,000 pages dedicated to the most obnoxious "click here!" porn, is using comment spam to drive up it's search rank. Nothing new, right? But usually those comment links are a drug name or the name of a porn-star. This idiot, or his robot, however, have decided that my wife, due to her poetry page, is a porn star, and now a google search on her name comes up with a huge number of comment-spam hits. Those links, if you click them, take you to a pages filled with porn. Help!!
My wife is a very kind, moral, feminist, porn-hating, religious person, and a preacher's kid to boot. Needless to say, she's never stared in a porno, and none of those pics are of her. Her name is quite unique, and the offending source page has a ton of text copied from her site (without permission) to ensure it gets picked up in the searches — there is no coincidence in the name.
She's frenzied and quite beside herself. I've tried the obvious — the porn site is, of course, not listed with a real email or address in whois. The registrar doesn't seem reputable, and won't respond to emails. I keep submitting the blog or gallery pages with the comment spam on them to google's abuse department, but the scum-bag's comment spam robot can generate a lot more of these than I can.
My wife is on the verge of changing her name and moving to Tibet. All we want is for the offending page to be removed, and the spammer to stop using her name. How can I get through to these people?
I really don't want to drive up the hits on this site, but you can see the kind of page it is by opening nnnn dot sneerpan dot info, where nnnn is any four digit number (definitely NOT safe for work!) I'm desperate for any advice from the Slashdot community! Please help me prevent my wife's imminent nervous breakdown.