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Google If you find out that someone else fax list is reaping all the traffic benefits by ranking well using your stolen content, you can file a DMCA complaint against them using Google Search Console. If Google accepts the claim you file, it will remove the stolen content from search engines, rendering it completely useless to the infringer. Google asks for sure they are justified in suppressing the results. Take the time they need to give them all the information necessary to build your file. It's important to note that Google's takedown requests are per-page only, so depending on how many pages of content are copied, be prepared to spend some time here.
Revenge is sweet, right? 3. Withdrawal Services As you can see, getting people to take down stolen content can take time and effort. For some webmasters, they are just too busy to handle takedown requests on top of their normal workload. Luckily, there are several third-party removal services that can do this whole process for you. Advertising Continue reading below Although the cost may vary between these many services, the main benefit is that you can leverage their legal services to strike the fear of God in the face of your offenders and get quick results. Do a simple Google search for "DMCA removal services" to compare prices and plans.