@Mr_Dave: What I meant by the mod creator having to check for compatibility / functionality was that if the game updates and the mod no longer works, it's in the mod creators responsibility / best interest to "fix it".
Of course it's in the end users responsibility to check system requirements and all that, no question about it, but it's not the end users task to fix the code or assets for a mod created by someone else.
I assume you actually had a usage license / copyright and were the copyright holder of the mods in question that you reported ?
Because if you are not, then your copyright violation report is merely a notice, a "hint" so to speak and it may be unter investigation depending on the license of the reported mod and other factors.
If these mods you had to report were yours, my condolences for having to deal with tr0lls, if the reported mods were not yours, understand that you are just one of many in a crowd, shouting around and your copyright violation report is of little value since you are not the actual copyright holder.
The "report" feature does not mean you are handled at priority 1.