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No, it is not a Google site.The link I gave was for Google owned properties.
We have notified the site owner, but I believe their contact information is outdated by several years or is completely false.It sounds like you've gone via the whois database for the info.
It appears Google will no longer directly handle DMCA complaints regarding web search related trademark or copyright issues.
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The website who have ads in their popups, have been getting away with it for year. I imagine they're earning close to $100,000 a month with adsense, so I guess that counts for something.I reported a certain dating site that was doing that. I only went there because one of my images was showing up in the SERPS. Because it was no longer on that particular page, I had to go to page 4, 5, 6 etc till I found it. As I was about to do the 3rd or 4th page, a pop-up appeared with only adsense showing. Bang out of order, premium site or not.
Definitely! There should be one rule, no exceptions.Which is why I would like Google to show us plebs the TOS for premium accounts.
It surprises me that they appear to take fraud so lightly.