DMCA Takedown Notification to Google
I have been making effort to fill DMCA Takedown Notice To Google but is not working. Google did not bring up any form for me to fill. Can someone help me get this sorted out. Step by step guide. Thanks.
You should file the DMCA notice with the hosting company of the site that's infringing on your content. Do a whois search on the domain of the site to find their host's name, then check the host's terms of service for a link to their copyright page. They should have a form or instructions there.
For Google, you can request that the duplicate site be removed from search, by going through the screens here: https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … %2C1697925
Google cannot remove the actual content from the host's server, but can deindex it from search so it won't appear in results.
The best way I can help you is to suggest you check out this hub - 5 Tips to Help victims of online Plagiarism - which has all the information you'll need to file a DMCA and more. Go through each step carefully and be prepared to repeat your actions over the next coming few days and weeks! Good luck.
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