Below, I will copy the email and warnings that I received, but it doesn't indicate the nature of the problem. I used several images from the internet - one from the Mork and Mindy TV show and a couple of pictures of the Mork and Mindy House here in Boulder, including one with Congressman Polis. I also copied a picture of my sister and Robin Williams that appeared on Facebook - who knows - maybe that was the problem - and if so, that would be exceptionally lame.
I also learned about www.dmca.com - a website that provides "professional takedowns" for a mere $199 or "do-it-yourself takedowns" for $10 a month. So apparently, I stole something in the Mork and Mindy post, but they don't tell you what was stolen! The link that they give to search for the offense has been "unavailable" for some time now. Chilling Effects is most aptly named......
Blogger has been notified, according to the terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), that certain content in your blog is alleged to infringe upon the copyrights of others. As a result, we have reset the post(s) to \"draft\" status. (If we did not do so, we would be subject to a claim of copyright infringement, regardless of its merits. The URL(s) of the allegedly infringing post(s) may be found at the end of this message.) This means your post - and any images, links or other content - is not gone. You may edit the post to remove the offending content and republish, at which point the post in question will be visible to your readers again.
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The Blogger Team
Notice on my blog sign-in page:
We have received a DMCA complaint for your blog, A View From Planet Boulder. An e-mail with the details of the complaint was sent to you on Sep 15, 2014, and we reset the post status to "Draft"; you can edit it here. You may republish the post with the offending content and/or link(s) removed. If you believe you have the rights to post this content, you can file a counter-claim with us. For more on our DMCA policy, please click here. Thank you for your prompt attention.