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Google Penalizing Sites With Copyright Material

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On the company's blog, Google showed latest and current stream and gauge that is intended for punishing sites that like to produce and cause too many grumble from copyright owners.

Blog  Google held a post:


"We will begin taking into account a new signal in our rankings: the number of valid copyright removal notices we receive for any given site, Sites with high numbers of removal notices may appear lower in our results."


Researcher and analysts are discussing on the latest outline or punish of google.and taking it most solid and major antipiracy compute from Google. They also stated it has never been with google, as they showed it’s most cruel and harsh side ever. Company’s prevailing and general part is search for query so Google giving its hard work from last two and half years for copyright owners and playing strong role too.


Copyright owners were rapid to clap Google's plan.


"Today Google has announced a potentially significant change in its search rankings that can make a meaningful difference to creators," said Cary Sherman, CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America, the trade group for the four top music labels. "This change is an important step in the right direction -- a step we've been urging  Google  to take for a long time -- and we commend the company for its action."


Antipiracy is it appears that on the table.But Public Knowledge, the public-interest group, sees the latent for abuse.



"It may make good business sense for Google to take extraordinary steps, far beyond what the law requires, to help the media companies it partners with," said John Bergmayer, a senior staff attorney with Public Knowledge. "That said, its plan to penalize sites that receive DMCA notices raises many questions. Sites may not know about, or have the ability to easily challenge, notices sent to Google. And Google has set up a system that may be abused by bad faith actors who want to suppress their rivals and competitors."


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