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WARNING! The following is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. We strongly recommend seeking the advice of a lawyer.

Find below easy to follow step by step instructions to de-list your infringing links from Google Web Search. As you scroll down the page and make your selections, more questions will appear. Just keep scrolling down the page and making your selections as shown below.


Start Here:

Step One – Select “Web Search” from the options. This is how to get your links to infringing material hidden from the Google search return results.

Step Two – Google does not make de-listing links easy by describing it as such. Make sure you select the box, “I have a legal issue not mentioned above.”

Step Three -Select the box that says, “I have found content that may violate my copyright.”

Step Four – It goes without saying…

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  1. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We agree with you on torrent sites. ZEDO has many ad network customers, and while we contractually prohibit them from serving ads on sites that allow torrents or downloads of copyright protected content, we can’t practically police this. We respond to takedown notices quickly and take them seriously. We will find out which of our customers this is and get our tags taken off the site. ZEDO must be significantly far down the daisy chain here, though. We haven’t been able to find our tags directly on these sites yet but there is obviously a huge chance that the ad network on the site is selling to another ad network, who sells to another one, and at some point, a ZEDO customer.

    Bummer. Obviously neither we nor Esther Dyson condone this.


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