Google’s new search policy leaves free Internet advocates worried
10th Aug, Google announced that it will begin using copyright takedown notices
to influence where sites show up in search results. The general idea behind it is that if a site has a lot of takedown notices (made under DMCA), it risks being demoted in search rankings. Obviously, this new decision has won the hearts of copyright advocates like the MPAA and the RIAA, but it’s making those who would keep the Internet free and open a little uneasy.
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