There are spammers who copy entire blog posts from others to act as fresh bait for their search spoofing tricks.
This is commercial use, and a violation of most CC licenses (and indeed default copyright).Stephanie Booth recently did this to a spammer at www.famous-people.info who plagiarized one of her posts which mentioned Jennifer Garner in passing, on what was a Google Adsense supported spamblog. When she sent a DMCA notice, they took down the page and apparently lost their Adsense status.
Danny Sullivan has a similar problem.
I have heard it argued that using the DMCA for this is encouraging reliance on what is in many ways a bad law that should be repealed, but in this case I think it is very positive, as it reinforces the 'everyone is a publisher now' worldview that CC and EFF promote. The DMCA's most pernicious aspect was the distinction between "professional" businesses who are allowed to copy video, and the general public, who aren't. Copyright makes us all publishers by default, so we should take advantage of this.
How to do it:
If you look up the IP of the server:
PING famous-people.info (220.127.116.11): 56 data bytes
whois 18.104.22.168that IP address, you can find the host ISP, and send them a DMCA takedown notice, which they have a procedure in place to deal with.