I've made a few posts in the past regarding the petty criminal act of plagiarism (taking other peoples' work and publishing it as your own), but the problem sadly persists.
Thankfully readers like you reported the following LEGO Hero Factory gallery users who had stolen photos of my MOCs of Specter 2.0, The Drone, Blanko 1.9, Ruze 2.0, Alba 2.0, QUADRO, Bulk 2.0, and Stringer 2.0:
As of this moment, all of these copied materials have been deleted off the face of the planet by LEGO and YouTube!
As I've stated before, and as should be well-known by everyone, copying other peoples' work is immoral, unethical, and illegal. It is bad. Do not do it. You will get caught. You will be punished. You will be shamed.
To everyone who reported these criminals, I thank you soundly, and encourage you to continue your vigilance! When you see that someone has been wronged, you should say something about it to the people who are affected and/or those who can do something about it. Together, we will at least keep the LEGO world clean and honest, so we can spend most of our time having fun with our sets and/or making MOCs!
Update: Added one more to the list, patrirck0079!
PS: I want to be clear that making a LEGO creation that looks like someone else's is not wrong or bad. I welcome anyone at any time to duplicate any of my MOCs if you so please, without asking permission. That's fair game, just don't try to take credit for creating the original design. In other words, give credit where credit is due, just like you'd want me to do if I copied one of your MOCs. It would be messed up if I copied your work and posted it like I came up with the idea, right? What the folks listed above did wrong was to actually copy my own photographs that I took with my camera, and use them as their own, and in some cases they added insult to injury by even coming up with new names & backstories.