TheOptimizationIdiot - 2:16 am on May 6, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: TheOptimizationIdiot at 2:27 am (utc) on May 6, 2013]
How hard is THAT to get?
It's not tough at all.
Have you sent a DMCA to Google asking them to remove their Search Engine cache of the AppSpot page?
After I discovered they even existed, and after tons of content was in Google's search engine cache.
So your lack of knowledge about what is correct, allowable legally, and how to deal with it is the responsibility of a 3rd party now? Have you checked with every single spidering/caching and made sure they don't have a cache too? And, if they do, then who's fault is it?
I don't like everything Google does, but the "blame them and hold them responsible" for people not knowing WTF they're dong when they hop online and try to make money from the Internet is BS. It's not any more their fault for not informing you than Yahoo! or Bing or Archive.org or anyone else who runs a site that makes a cache of a page that happens to be served on AppSpot!
How do people think it's right to blame Google for their own lack of knowledge about what they're doing and the business they get into?
I think most people understand what I mean when I say my client's homepage is cached on Appspot proxy.
Sorry, but to people who know what they're talking about, you're saying it's apples, when you really mean oranges. It's like if I said will you check the "hue" and meant "saturation". People who don't know what they're talking about might infer "check the color overall", but someone who knows would check the f'ing hue, not the saturation.
[edited by: TheOptimizationIdiot at 2:27 am (utc) on May 6, 2013]