Google has announced that they will begin reporting on the instances of requests to remove search results by copyright owners based on the premise of copyright infringement. The takeaway from this is that the company intends to continue to be very open and honest with its end users with the way that the search results work, without giving away the secret Google formula that creates search results.
How it works:
Google will release a report that discloses the number of requests they get, and the organizations those requests are originating from, to remove Google Search results because they allegedly link to infringing content. The disclosed information will specifically include the following who requested the correction, which organization does the requesting agent represent, and which website is being contested.
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