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How to get around inner-page DMCA complaints?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WeWontBeAlone, Nov 7, 2016.

  1. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Say I have a website like for example "breakingbadepisodes.com" and I've made my website's sub-pages for episodes like "breakingbadepisodes.com/breaking-bad-episode-1" and I did that for every episode, but each episode page has been deindexed by google's DMCA complaint thing.

    Can I change the URL of each page so it says like "breakingbadepisodes.com/watch-breaking-bad-episode-1" for example and they'll get reindexed? or what should I do to counter this

    (Also, I do not own a breaking bad website or the website I used as an example, I'm not sure if that's even a real website)
     
  2. TayaX

    TayaX Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can rename the url and it will get re indexed if it's in your sitemap.


    What you do is bad tho (I had to tell it).
     
  3. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Why is what I do bad?
     
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    If you get a DMCA it means you're stealing some content. So it's bad.
     
  5. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Embed videos not illegal or stealing
     
  6. TayaX

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    Distribution of an embedded streaming is a DMCA violation. You're purposely putting illegal content on your website so your visitors can access it.

    You're violating the law by proxy.
     
  7. Mex

    Mex Junior Member

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    You are getting DMCA complaints beacuse of the copyrighted material, not because of how you're naming your URL's.
    You can also get an UDRP if you use a trademark in your domain, but that is a different story.
     
  8. redarrow

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    You have to get permission to show copywrite stuff.

    You need a host that ignores dmca or use a offsure host.

    That will solve everythink...

    You will not survive with normal shere hosting, you will never monitize ,your get a ban with the host and domain, infact you might even get court summons, if you dont protect your domain and host details , need to go ghost if using other ppl content.

    Dmca warning is very serious becouse your under there radar, best to delete anythink they want taken down and delete domain, start agin....
     
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  9. WeWontBeAlone

    WeWontBeAlone Regular Member

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    Went to see a lawyer already, nothing illegal about embedding videos other people have uploaded and allowed access to embed, it's their responsibility to upload content they own, for all I know the uploader is the owner (not likely) but DMCA doesn't even affect me as it's not a law in my country, it's just for takedowns on google search, I've been doing this for years. The only thing I wanted to know is about reindexing
     
  10. Mex

    Mex Junior Member

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    Obviously the owner of the copyrighted material doesn't allow you to embed it to your site, otherwise you wouldn't be getting DMCA complaints.
    Ask yo your lawyer why the founders of the pirate bay were sentenced to jail if they were only sharing torrent links, not hosting the content.
    For reindexing you need to create a new url each time until google takes it down again.
     
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  11. WeWontBeAlone

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    Piratebay was hosting the content, If I google a youtube video and embed the video on my website that's not illegal, otherwise sites including this one could be taken down, the uploader is whose responsible because they're agreeing that they own the content and are allowing it to be shared; they're the one breaching, embedding (HTML code) is not illegal, I'm not hosting any videos whatsoever my website is working as an index to certain things already uploaded and found online the same way google is an index.
     
  12. TayaX

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    You've been really badly advised, tons of court cases over streaming website owner, because distributing streaming content is as illegal as uploading it.

    “Defendant’s Internet-based website business is an illegal operation, infringing on the intellectual property rights of ABS-CBN through its distribution and performance of ABS CBN’s Copyrighted Works and using the ABS-CBN Marks to promote, advertise, and distribute such content.”

    https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-site-operator-slapped-10-million-damages-141030/

    You should find another lawyer buddy.
     
  13. MikeyMikey13

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    Did you not read what he said? DMCA doesn't apply in his country so stop spouting US law like it applies world wide...

    You can live in a country that doesn't apply to DMCA and break it as much as you want, in the UK we have completely different law which operates differently.
     
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    Oh yeah, forgive me, NOBODY outside from the US has ever been sued by american companies.

    Wake up dude, as far as I know, every single big streaming sites, every big torrent sites, located in so called "offshore-countries" have been taken off, and its founders jailed.
     
  15. MikeyMikey13

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    But are we talking about american companies suing companies outside of the US? no.

    We are talking about DMCA, and the jurisdiction of it's requests, and they do not apply in any part of the EU (providing you are not an american entity). At all.

    We have our own sets of Copyright laws.
     
  16. TayaX

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    I was referring to the above posts. and My answer was :

    The DMCA part i talked about was upper in the discussion and not the subject of my recent answers. I was referring to the illegal activities; and the bad advices of his lawyer.
     
  17. MikeyMikey13

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    I've just read up, but what you've got to remember is that he may be in a developing country where copyright/IP is nonexistent.

    But I agree with everything you said, but it isn't a world wide law and it varies with each place.
     
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    Even if you rename the url still it will be deindexed if you copied something that belongs to other (has copyright). You add a content like the writings that you really owned. When you post a video or pdf that owns by other site you should check if it has a copyright or is it allow to be copied.