Seven Reasons Why Google Is Making A Mistake In Filtering Searches Based On DMCA Notices

Seven Reasons Why Google Is Making A Mistake In Filtering Searches Based On DMCA Notices

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I've been thinking some more about Google's announcement last week that it will be filtering searches based on how many DMCA notices a site gets. Google insists that this shouldn't hurt "legitimate" sites, because the DMCA notices are only a one factor in determining how a site gets listed (and,...
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