In 2012, Google Introduced its new algorithm update known as (Google’s Pirate Update) which automatically penalize pirate sites having duplicate and thin content. The Algorithm has a focused two-tier goal

(1). Find sites with lots of copyright violations.

(2). Lower Their Ranking.

How to Report Duplicate Content to Google :-

You can file a DMCA request with Google to remove pages that are stealing your content. DMCA stands for Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law.

Filing a DMCA Request :-

-> Login to Google Account.

-> Go to Google Copyright Removal page.

-> Fill in the necessary information, which includes an excerpt of the duplicated content, the page that your original content appears on, and the page where the stolen content appears.

-> You then have to swear that you’re telling the truth — this is a legal statement.

-> You will get an automated response from Google when you fill in the form, but they will not inform you about the status of request — whether they removed the infringing content or not.

-> The only way to check is to keep an eye on the search engine rankings for that content until it is eliminated by Google.

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HOW TO REPORT COPIED CONTENT TO GOOGLE
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In 2012, Google Introduced its new algorithm update known as (Google’s Pirate Update) which automatically penalize pirate sites having duplicate content. The Algorithm has a focused two-tier goal (1). Find sites with lots of copyright violations. (2). Lower Their Ranking.
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