We had created a large project, which was cloned. This project was cloned and credit was changed in the clone. They changed the credits to show only themselves in the credits. They have not given credit to any of its original creators. The clone is of https://boat-list.glitch.me and is https://discordbots.glitch.me/. To prove the difference in credits, each project has the path of /credits. Is that technically allowed? The credits on the clone are 100% fake. It is labeled All Credits goes to: When it ignores the original creators. The creators of the clone also admitted to cloning it. http://prntscr.com/j89zzi is the proof. Is it lawful under the fog creek Terms of Service to do so? I am asking this since they abused the rights to use the content and passed it off as their own with few minor changes in the coding such as the env file. Although changes were made, are they allowed to use the service to plagiarize code and not cite the source and or steal credit for the code?
NOTE: the project cloned did not contain a license.
In case credits on clone are changed: http://prntscr.com/j8a9mz