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+ - Movie Studios Ask Google To Censor Links To Legal Copies Of Their Own Films

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An anonymous reader writes "Several large movie studios have asked Google to take down legitimate pages related to their own films, including sites legally hosting, promoting, or discussing them. We’ve written about the ridiculousness of automated Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) requests before, including Microsoft asking Google to censor BBC, CBS, CNN, Wikipedia, the US government, and even its own Bing links, but this latest episode takes the cake."
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Movie Studios Ask Google To Censor Links To Legal Copies Of Their Own Films

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