Using my entire blog without my consent constitutes stealing of intellectual property. We all know that a certain amount of what people create can be used for educational purposes, etc. But having another website dominate another person's work without consent is despicable.
I first discovered your existence when I deleted certain contents from my blog, but I accidentally saw a clone of my blog complete with the contents I had deleted from my official blog. Bloglovin', you kept everything. Whatever I deleted from my blog did not matter. I sent an email to ask you to remove my blog posts, but years later, everything is still there.
This is a public request for you Bloglovin' to remove my entire blog from your collection of other stolen contents (mainly). I did not authorize you to display or use my content on your website. (Please note the copyright sign at the bottom). I do not want to share my blog with you. I do not want to claim what is mine on your website. I did not give the RSS feed explicit consent to give to you my work; it is for me to share my work with the public, not for you to possess. Contrary to what you have said, your site does not benefit me. It benefits you and that is the only reason you would take other people's work to feed your website.
Here are some concerned bloggers
Bloglovin' Ate My Blog
Tip for New Bloggers ~ Dealing with Bloglovin'
Bloglovin' Trying to Steal Bloggers