As you know, I created the version 4 of the Chris Pirillo Soundboards and used a service called soundboard.com to create the soundboard (http://www.soundboard.com/sb/Pirillosounds.aspx). I created the soundboard as a request from chris and set it as (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
One day, someone on IRC said they created a soundboard app. After looking at the screenshots of the app, they copied some of the sounds from my soundboard (20 of 600+ sounds). Although I am fine with that part, they said they were making it $130. Outrageous.
I told the user to make the app free since I make the sounds free and someone is making a profit out of the app (as it is said in the creative commons, Noncommercial). Though the user got my response, he is still making it $1.31. Still, a full profit for something that is free (although he is saying he is donating some of the money, I don't think there is even any money given). I would like to mention that the service of the soundboard I use has a mobile version.
The developer's website is invalid and I see no way of contacting the developer.
So, how do you think I can get the app to be free. And if you see that android app, I would not recommend you to buy it.