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…, Agreeing To Remove Malicious Links. FYI, here is what a Defamation Removal From Search Notice looks like: If you receive one, it means a page (or pages) on your site may contain inaccurate content about a person — and that person is really PO’d and has filed a legal action with Google. I’ve heard about Google removing links from its search index…
German news and magazine publishers are determined, one way or another, to get Google to pay them for their content. They’re not upset about the content appearing in Google News or search. They want it to appear – they just want Google to pay for it. Google doesn’t want to pay. And there’s no US-style “fair use” copyright exception in Germany.
… version of Yahoo — was once again showing URLs. That was a week after we first reported that the entire domain had been dropped due to defamation complaints. A Yahoo7 spokesperson confirmed then that the site had been removed after "significant complaints in regards to defamatory content" while the company reviewed its legal options. We said…
Last week our Ripoffreport Boycott Team pursuaded Yahoo to completely block Ripoffreport from its Australian search results, which are actually provided by Google. This is great news, hopfully other countries will share the s ...