TheOptimizationIdiot - 10:11 pm on May 5, 2013 (gmt 0)
Can you please point me in the direction of a couple legal rulings against proxy serving webpages? I've tried but can't find any.
I found a couple about framing, but as far as I can tell (and remember from doing this before) it was only when the framing site profited directly from displaying the content of others in a way that could be confusing to visitors as being theirs when the rulings went against the framing sites.
I have not found any rulings against someone proxy serving another website for free. In fact, proxy servers are often used to get around "censorship" in schools and businesses and some of them even charge for their use, but there still aren't any rulings I can find against them.
So you're making statements about DMCA and how if it was Google and anything they cared about (as if they don't care about their home page -- and that's fine you can think they don't care about it), but, please show me the legal precedence for your conclusion about there being anything to DMCA when a proxy server doesn't profit or even attempt to profit from serving the content on behalf of another website, because I don't see it.