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Submitted by alex3211 927d ago | article

Google search now gets 2.5 million copyright removal requests a week, up from 250,000 in May

policybythenumbers: Use of Google's takedown tool for search results has grown tenfold in the past six months, the company reports. When it started publicly posting takedown notices in late May, around 250,000 requests a week went through the system (Google, Web)

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