Angonasec - 12:34 pm on Aug 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
Somewhat ironic that this apparently good news appears on Blogspot.
This year alone I have DMCA'd Blogger/Blogspot with hundreds of infringements on their servers, each of which was successful, yet the same Blogspot User simply continues to start another blog on Blogspot and re-posts the same stolen material.
I have asked Google/Blogspot why they allow the multiple TOS breaker and copyright infringer to use their network, but they ignore my question, and simply pull each infringement I report.
They allow the infringing site to remain active, continuing to steal other people's copyright material.
They don't even close down the User Name, despite multiple repeated infringements on dozens of sites, and hundreds of urls.
Whatever remained of Blogger/Blogspot/Google's integrity is in tatters.
It is plain to anyone who deals often with Google's legal department that there are huge tensions within G itself.
Notably Adsense legal fighting with Search legal over their integrity at honouring legitimate DMCAs.
Guess which Dept. has the least integrity?
As indicated in this thread, the algo penalty move appears to be a mere window-dressing statement.