Google Announces Changes To Clamp Down On Copyright Infringement

Google Announces Changes To Clamp Down On Copyright Infringement

New steps to combat online piracy are being rolled out across the company's services.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 december 2010

Google has announced a few changes in its services that it believes will help rights holders protect their content and rightfully profit from, while making it difficult for copyright violators to exploit original content. Among the new steps the company plans to implement in the coming months are swift takedown of sites copying protected content and working with rights holders to identify and ban copyright violators from the Google AdSense program.

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