Google received 345 million ‘pirate’ link removal requests in 2014

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Copyright owners asked Google to take down more than 345 million links from its search results last year, up from just 62 requests back in 2008, reports TorrentFreak. Google shares weekly reports of all the takedown requests it receives, and those numbers for all of 2014 added up to 345,169,134, which means that the search giant had to process over a million reported links per day. While most of these requests result in the links being taken off Google’s search results, the company sometimes takes ‘no action’ if the links don’t seem to actually infringe any copyrights. File sharing services…

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