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August 10, 2012
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Google Starts Down-Ranking DMCA'd Sites
A new update notice from Google's "Inside Search." is getting notice in the copyfight community. The notice describes a new change in Google's ranking algorithms that will cause pages with "valid copyright removal notices" to appear lower in the rankings. It's an interesting step, and given that it's based on validated notices it's certainly better than basing anything on filed notices. Still, the notice-and-takedown process is far from perfect, particularly for people who want to contest notices, and I hope Google keeps a close eye on how this one plays out.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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