The problem of the person's blog is something that I haven't dealt with yet. I did go through it, and noticed the GH translations, but I didn't recall having ever translated those parts of GH. (I've done bits from that volume, but I didn't recognise the translation itself.) In fact, it's not mine. It was stolen from the Baka-Tsuki GH novel translation project. There is one post stolen from here (with the same post title?? WTF?!) but that's all I've found to date. However, there are a number of locked posts that I can't read, so who knows what else might be on there. :/ A copy of lkk's GH essay was also there. From what I've read, the social networking site does seem to have a standard TOU that covers intellectual rights to what you post which presumably would cover blog posts and internet materials, but... I'm not finding any sort of complaint/abuse email for the site. :(
As for my translations and this blog... to be honest, translation theft just leaves me feeling annoyed and sick and is incredibly de-motivating. At this time, I have no intention of locking down my translations or posts on this blog. Those who followed my translations for FB know what happened to those including their being yanked, replaced with summaries, f-locked, and eventually stopped. FB was by far the worst I experienced in terms of blatant disregard to the translator's wishes and is not something I would care to revisit. (I wonder if things could get worse than what happened with that. :/ ) In any case, we'll see what, if anything, ff.net does about the piece or if I need to write to them again asking for the piece's removal. Some sort of response from them would be nice, but I don't know how quickly they do or do not move on these sorts of issues.