Google noticed to remove more than 235 million Application requests in 2013 from copyright owners who wanted associate the copyright trespass content to remove from Google Search, consequently Google acted soon on 90% of application’s request, however rejected 21 million, just because these links are removed before already after finding the links were duplicates. This request was 10 Million merely in 2011 but rapidly increased in 2012 and reached 50 Millions.
The most effective in submitted links so far by the music industry’s anti-piracy groups British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) that sent in dismissal requests for 41.7 and 30.8 million links respectively.
The request involves primarily US media companies like NBC Universal, Disney Enterprises , Warner Brothers, Microsoft, Twentieth Century Fox and Froytal Services. Meanwhile; the most submitted active links made by so far by the anti-piracy groups (music industry), British Phonographic Industry (BPI), and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) which sent in removal requests for 41.7 and 30.8 million links respectively.
On the contrary, Google is considering the facts to defend copyrights owners from blaming on the system and says “We still do our best to catch errors or abuse so we don’t mistakenly disable access to non-infringing material. Google continues to put substantial resources into improving and streamlining this process, including into identifying erroneous and abusive takedowns and deterring abuse”.