Unfortunately the only copyright mark appearing on the glossary pages is ProZ's.
Still You should definitely contact them + Proz support, and claim for your intellectual property.
The association managers or legal department should immediately hide the glossary and/or start a negotiation to your satisfaction. Else, AFAIK, they should be an easy job for any good lawyer expert in the matter, and you should be able to get a high compensation - more than enough to pay for legal advice. However, in order to take this avenue, you should probably do it in connection with Henry, as ProZ appears to be holding the copyright for your glossary.
Please keep us informed on the developments.
Nikki Graham wrote:
I have discovered whilst looking at a Kudoz question and agreeing with an answer, that my entire Spanish English civil engineering glossary has been lifted by an association in Spain. I have, of course, not been credited and nobody asked for my permission. I am infuriated and would like some advice on what I can do about it.
Thanks very much.