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Google to enable corporate malfeasance
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, August 11 2012 @ 09:16 AM EDT
"A Valid DMCA Notice" has two sides; One side is the MPAA and another
is the victims of over-reaching DMCA zealots. I guess Google will know it when
they see it, eh?

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Google to enable corporate malfeasance
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, August 11 2012 @ 12:29 PM EDT
From what I've read, Google is not removing sites, but re-arranging their order.

IOW, The Pirate Bay listing won't be on the first page, but on the second or
subsequent page.

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Google to enable corporate malfeasance
Authored by: DannyB on Monday, August 13 2012 @ 09:42 AM EDT
Google downranking sites with too many "valid" DMCA notices is a fantastic idea! We must protect valuable IP. Here is my proposal.

Google should not just downrank them, but really seriously downrank them practically into non-existence. Now if you search for something like the name of a song or movie, the authorized versions would appear at the top of the very first page. Yea!

The non-authorized versions would appear at the bottom of the very last page. Just click the "last" page button to get to the end of the list of 158,390,194 zillion search results. As you can see, by downranking the non-authorized sites, they will become impossible to find.

Problem solved. Everyone happy.

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