There have been many reports of online copyright infringement in recent times, most notably those such as the recent Cooks Source story that brought the subject to the attention of many as the case swept through online blogs and social media sites.
As copyright becomes more of an issue online, Google is being increasingly plagued by applications to remove articles that infringe copyright from their services.
Google has now addressed this issue further and has unveiled details of how they will make copyright work better online and in particular they state there will be 4 key changes that will be rolled out over the coming months.
Google’ s announcement states that the speed at which they act to requests to remove content will be changed to within 24 hours. They will also improve the procedure for those on the opposite end of the spectrum where publishers believe that their content have been wrongfully removed.
Google also say they will also improve their Adsense anti-piracyreview, prevent terms that are closely associated with piracy from appearing in Autocomplete and experiment to make authorized preview content more readily accessible in search results.
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