Let’s learn How to submit DMCA takedown notice on google. Because copyright is a major issue in this digital world and in most cases, people copy the content and publish it in their own way without giving the original owners the value they deserve.
In this case, you have the right to delete that content and send them a legitimate copyright notice. You can ask Google to dissolve the DMCA and ask them to remove the content from Google search. So few people will find copied content and you can protect your original work.
So, what is a DMCA and why do you need to know about it?
WHAT IS A DMCA?
According to Wikipedia, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a 1998 US copyright law that enforces two 1996 agreements of the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Under this law, if someone copies your content or product, you can send them a legal notice and remove the content from the search results. This is one way to protect your intellectual property rights.
So, how do you find a blog that copies your content?
There are various piracy tools on the web that can be used to find duplicate or duplicate content. I personally use the Copyscape website, which is a free tool and displays a list of websites that outperform your content.
It also highlights the copied part and shows the copy of the theft, so that the copied content can be easily identified.
In the search field, you download a link to your blog and click the search button. It will then analyze the web and show you the relevant content.
You can now copy the URL of the copied content to your notebook, send a DMCA message via google, and delete that article from Google search.
Simply, you must provide Google with the URL of the content source and the copied content, and we will verify that this is a valid request. It generally takes about a week to monitor the DMCA Takedown Notice process.
HOW TO SUBMIT DMCA TAKEDOWN NOTICE ON GOOGLE
Step 01: You will only see a legal help page when you search for the term “delete content from google” in a Google search to issue a DMCA Takedown Notice statement.
Here you need to select the Google search option and proceed to the next step.
Step 02: Now you need to select the “Intellectual Property Issues” option.
Step 03: Now you have to choose the copyright infringement option and declare where you are the copyright owner or send it on behalf of someone else.
Step 04: Now you will be taken to a new page after clicking the “create request” button and you can now fill in information such as name, company name (blog name), country and so on.
Step 05: Now you should briefly describe what happened in the first cell, in field 2 you should download your blog URL and in field 3 you should enter the copyrighted blog URL (which you want to remove).
Step 06: Now you have to accept the T&C and then sign the document and submit it for approval.
You have now successfully submitted your DMCA Takedown Notice notification. You can check your status by going to “Google DMCA Dashboard“.
If you are unsure about this, you can get help from the video below.
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