I run a recipe blog which has a large following on Instagram. The page has been growing SO MUCH, and most of the content is "stolen", images and recipes taken from other sites. 100% of the time the credit is given (with links). Ultimately, I have been receiving MANY emails with complaints and lawsuit threats due to copyright infrigement, and I there isn't a day I don't have to make a recipe or two unavailable. What would you do in this case? How can I protect myself from ultimately getting sued? Or do you think these people really won't sue anyone? (As most of them actually use some internet copy-paste DCMA-shitty pre-made email). Should I move to a more "protective" host (I'm at Hostgtor). The thing is, I'm in a restricted niche (within dieting, and the recipes serves unique purposes). Sometimes I don't link or credit, but some bastard tags the original accounts in my Instagram posts and gets the original owner to contact me. What should I do? My site is growing and is giving me some money. I don't want to leave it behind! I should also fake my details on registrar? To avoid people from contacting me? Should I stop linking the original recipes? (Maybe it would avoid some people from seeing) And Instagram? Many copyright complaints can shut my account down, and it's a pretty big one in the niche!