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Homepage pirated by another site impedes my own one

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Another site (http://www.inklineglobal.com/google/google_pp.html) replaces my chosen homepage over and over. I have blocked all places where this name appears without results. It might be some way to get rid of this annoyance, but I don't know how to proceed. Thanks

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cor-el
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Than you cor-el for your fast help. I'll do as you say and I'll post the results. For what I can infer there is not a way to get rid of this problem inside Firefox. Of course, I'll contact also the involved company, if possible, to complain about this uninvited intrusion.