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Submission + - Google: Microsoft, Comcast and RIAA lead requests for content removal (businessweek.com)

daktari writes: Google claims that among copyright owners Microsoft, Comcast and the RIAA make the most requests for removal of content from Google’s search service.

Microsoft requested 2.5 million pages be removed from Google's search service. They're followed by Comcast's NBCUniversal (1 million requests) and the RIAA (400,000) requests.

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Google: Microsoft, Comcast and RIAA lead requests for content removal

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