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  1. Google to Fight Piracy by Modifying Search Algorithms

    However, this year's updated report features a couple of developments, including changes to ad formats and an improved Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) demotion search signal. The biggest change in the Google search update will be new ad...

  2. Google: Sites With More DMCA Takedown Requests Will Rank Lower in Search Results

    The company said that it would be adding a number of criteria to its ranking process which will take into account the number of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown requests a site has received.

  3. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Don’t we have the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) already? Could anti-piracy legislation be a new instrument for black hat SEO’s to commit sabotage? So why is new anti-piracy legislation necessary?

  4. Search Industry Call to Arms: SOPA, Keyword Not Provided and Lying SEOs

    Why, they ask, is SOPA necessary when many of the provisions it is being pushed through on are already covered under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act? This is not new. Search Engine Watch Director Jonathan Allen looks for the silver lining...

  5. Trademark: The Next Generation

    I'm sure lawmakers at the time weren't thinking about new millennium keyword suggestion tools either. It's a crazy mixed-up world out there. We stand on the precipice of disaster in regulating just about everything that can or will be controlled.

  6. Duplicate Content -- A True Story

    The Digital Millennium Copyright Act gives you the protection you need to pursue legal recourse against those who steal your content. Looking through the referrers, we noticed a new referrer coming to our client's site.

  7. Who Are The Real Online Influencers?

    Trendsetters may no longer be the term of the new millennium - maybe hip is giving way to hap - as in happenstance. The prominent players in our space may not have the impact they think they have, if you follow the ideas explored in Guy Kawasaki's...