Casino Blasters now has a Content Theft clause in their FAQ. Thank you Casino Blasters.

Content Theft: What You Should Know
The problem of content theft has plagued the Internet since its very beginning, but recently, it appears to have escalated to a new level. At CasinoBlasters.com, we do not condone the use of stolen content, and we will not tolerate affiliates in our network who are using content stolen from other websites. But what happens if the site having its content stolen is yours?

You need to be aware if there are other sites out there that are using content from your website, because search engines are not yet advanced enough to determine at all times which content is the original and which is the copy. Often, search engines like Google will simply leave out one of the sites from their index altogether, or rank the original page below the copy.

It is therefore important to check on a regular basis whether your content is being stolen. How do you do this? One option is to simply copy a few sentences of your site from various parts of each page, put it in quotes, paste it into a search engine, and do a search. Sometimes, content thieves will modify some of your copy and leave other parts intact, so you'll want to be thorough. Often, content thieves may simply modify the first and last paragraphs and leave the middle part of your content intact, so watch out for this as well.

Another option for finding copies of your content is to use one of the tools on the Internet designed specifically to find copied content. One such tool is located at www.copyscape.com.

I've Been Copied! What Do I Do?
The first thing you'll want to do if your content has been copied is contact the owner of the website in question and ask them to take the copied content down. Don't be rude, as this may get you nowhere at this stage, and sometimes, the person whose contact e-mail is on the site may not even be the one who did the copying. If there is no contact information for the site owner on the actual website, you may find their e-mail address in their whois information, which you can locate by typing in the domain name in question at www.whois.sc.

If the owner does not respond to your request, your next step is to contact the hosting company of the website, which you can also locate in the whois information. Make sure to include any pertinent details, including URLs and screen shots of your site compared to the offending site.

Another option you have at your disposal is to inform the search engines themselves about the copyright infringement. You will find the Google guidelines for filing a complaint here: www.google.com/dmca.html. Information for other search engines can be located at www.seologic.com/faq/dmca-notifications.php.