Two weeks ago I filed two complaints with Google for two separate Blogger hosted blogs who were republishing content from the MrBrownThumb blog without my permission or even attribution. In one instance the use was a photo and in the other it was an entire post with all the text and images.
The first step was clicking on the Report Abuse link found at the top of Blogger blogs.*
The next screen asks you to fill out the type of complaint you're reporting the blog for.
I chose the Copyright/Piracy issues option since I was reporting a blog that was "stealing" my content. The next page explains the options available to you when someone using Blogger is stealing your content. Click on the "file a DMCA complaint" link. The next page you're directed to is the Blogger DMCA complaint page which explains your options and gives you instructions on how to submit a complaint in writing. There is also the option at this page to file a complaint online for Blogger blogs. Click on the "online form" link on this page which will take you to the DMCA Blogger infringement form. Fill out all of the information it asks you for. Don't forget to provide links to your blog posts AND to the post(s) you're reporting on the offenders blog. There's a box that ask for URL to links to third parties where people can download copyrighted material. This didn't apply to me so I just added "N/A" and hoped for the best.
Two days after I completed and submitted the complain I got an Email from Google telling me the pictures and posts had been removed and the Blogger informed/warned of why it was removed. The Email also included a link to the posts I had reported to show that they had indeed taken action.
I'm pleased with how painless Google has made the process of removing stolen content from Blogger blogs and how fast they responded.
* If the Blogger navigation bar has been removed from the offending blog skip to the DMCA Blogger infringement form linked above.