The Big G a step further in favor of the copyright industry: many requests for removal from the results of Google sites indexed push towards invisibility. No favoritism for YouTube a little report, just watch out.
Google adjusts its algorithms groped to isolate the bad apples of piracy, sites that offer citizens having sharing content in violation of copyright. To suggest to the Big G how to position the results are the same as copyright holders: the ranking of sites now also weighs the number of removal requests received from the content industries, based on legal institutions such as the DMCA . Announcing the ‘ advent of the new piece in the complex strategy alongside Google to the lords of copyright is a post on the official blog dedicated to the search “sites which represent higher numbers of requests for removal may appear in our results in the lowest position,” says the division Technical Amit Singhal.
To be considered will be justified and valid only requests involving a specific URL: the removal of individual links from indexing will be performed, only in case of valid application, the request valid, formulated for single page, help to assign a demerit score of the whole site. Not surprisingly, the approval of the content industry, more and more zealous for removal requests , with RIAA that compliments with Google to have finally taken a step long relied on , and the MPAA that it says “optimistic about the fact that Google’s move to help direct consumers to the myriad of legitimate services,” far from “cyberlocker, dedicated to P2P sites, and other outlaws who steal the hard work of the creator.” The copyright industry “observed closely” this move by Google: “the devil is in the details,” says the MPAA, and Google has explained that the parameter of the takedown requests will add to over 200 sites used to weigh and place between the results.
This content removal request also offered from India for Government and also Private Bloggers. Contents regarding religion and against humanity are requested to remove from all sites also video and music from YouTube. We have this much little from Google pages, but I suggest every odd content should be in this process like Facebook and other Social Network must come under this process. The real contents were coming from these networks. So Google must take some action upon these according to content law.