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Important How Will Google Handle YouTube Copyright Violations in Search Results?

Google's new search algorithm penalty process for sites found to have a massive number of copyright complaints against them comes with one important caveat: It doesn't appear to have any bearing on YouTube-related copyright violations.

In other words, Google isn't going to penalize its own property should the domain rack up a number of copyright complaints. That's partly because Google makes it impossible to use its standard "copyright removal notice" form against infringing YouTube content. There's no way for YouTube to rack up a tally of removal notices, as it's just not plugged into Google's system in that way.

Search Engine Land's Danny Sullivan took a close look at just how one goes about reporting infringing YouTube content using Google's copyright removal notice form the same form one would use to report, say, a BitTorrent link that's hosted on a third-party site and served up within Google's search results.

First off, the form warns you right at the top in nice, red text that you shouldn't use it to report, "issues that relate to YouTube." Attempting to select YouTube as an option on the form itself brings up a box that instructs you to head on over to YouTube's "Legal Issues" page to report your problem there.

If you're a copyright holder, you'll eventually make it to YouTube's "Resources for Content Owners" section, which allows you to pick from one of three options as it relates to copyright content on the site: Filing an infringement notification, signing up for a content verification program to make infringement notification submissions even easier, or signing up for YouTube's "Content ID" program to make money on, get stats from, or block copyright content that's found on the site.

According to Google, it plans to treat YouTube similarly to any other site in its search rankings a bit of a vague and unclear way to suggest that perhaps there's more to YouTube content within Google's search rankings than meets the eye. However, said a Google representative to Sullivan, "We don't expect this change to demote results for popular user-generated content sites."

So, errrrr,*** how does YouTube then fall under Google's new search-penalty process? Google doesn't clarify the answer at all; perhaps individual videos, found to have violated copyright, will automatically be pulled from Google's search rankings in some undisclosed capacity.

With the new copyright penalty rolling out to Google's search results next week, it seems as if we'll all have to wait to find out if there's an answer to Google's YouTube issue.

errrrr,*** is right,,,,, will Google continue to spy for "Big Brother- the US, as they have been doing secretly for years, but now on copyright matters,,, or will they look after their own financial interests and "organise things", so their subsidy company, 'YouTube's' income and value doesnt fall?....hmmm.... interesting and either a wonderful "honey trap", or they might get "stung" wouldnt you think?

Serves them right, either way
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