Anti-piracy groups want Google to allow even more takedown requests per day

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Google’s takedown system for Search — which lets entities submit requests to remove URLs with copyright-infringing material — has come under fire by anti-piracy groups who say they want to remove more than the system allows. Last week, Dutch organization BREIN told that it hopes Google will raise its current 10,000-URL limit on how many links a group can request each day. “We expect to go to a limit of 40,000 URLs per day soon, and eventually we hope to be able to report URLs without any limitations,” said director Tim Kuik (translation courtesy of TorrentFreak.)

The RIAA has made similar past statements, claiming that “Google has the resources to allow take downs that would more meaningfully address the piracy problem it…

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