• http://twitter.com/Gail_Kent Gail Kent

    Thanks for these numbers – visual artists have to keep focus on copyright issues

  • http://www.alexseo.se/ Alexander Edbom

    It’s not the artists that request take downs…

  • http://www.esparkinfo.com/ Nitesh Ahir

    ohhhhhhh that’s huge data… 

    great work / analysis…  Barry Schwartz ..
    its good to see that how many data is been remove by the user generated… 

  • http://www.facebook.com/altherrweb Joey Altherr

    Funny how this takes Google 11 hours or less, but my last reinclusion request, after having a site hacked and then cleaned up, took 2 months for them to look at and put back up.

  • http://twitter.com/MaydayPictures Meredith Nunnally

    I’ve filed several DMCA removal requests and some on the Blogger form, and I too was very surprised to have Google respond very quickly. The DMCA removal request shows up in the SERPs when I do a search and the results were previously shown. I haven’t decided whether I like that feature or not as it just makes it more public to the person (and the world) whose URL was removed and they might try to retaliate.

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  • http://twitter.com/#!/david_frankk David Frankk

    What i wonder is, why the number of links to be removed is increasing. And when each link is removed, can it be indexed again via another site or algorithm.