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All DMCA Notices Filed Against TorrentFreak in 2023 Were Bogus * TorrentFreak

Any content creator who sees their work being used by unauthorized third-parties can file DMCA notices against platforms communicating that content to the public.

Platforms should respond by taking allegedly-infringing content down but in practice, some do and some don’t.

Full-blown pirate sites may not respond to notices at all for obvious reasons but some entirely legitimate platforms also refuse to comply in appropriate circumstances.

Google is one of those platforms and without the diligence of the Google Search team, at least 150 articles published on would’ve been disappeared over the years due to bogus DMCA notices. We very much appreciate that first line of defense; since we don’t have to commit resources towards countering wrongful complaints, we can concentrate on our reporting.

To that end, today we can report that DMCA notices continued to be filed against us at Google, all of them demanding the deindexing of links to our news reports in Google…

You can read the full Torrent Freak article here

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