Transparency Report Update

Great to see the hard work we put into the transparency report go live today. Some interesting figures. Hi Web Sheriff.

Transparency Report

We’re pleased to release the latest update to our transparency report, covering the period of January 1 – June 30, 2015.

We try to make each new transparency report more…transparent, by adding new and more detailed information about the legal demands we receive, our responses to them, and the internal policies that guide our actions.

In this report, we’ve added a few new pieces:

  • We’ve identified our top DMCA complainants. From here on out, we’ll include a chart showing the organizations that submitted the greatest number of DMCA notices in a reporting period. Not surprisingly, the list is dominated by third party take down services, many of whom use automated bots to identify copyrighted content and generate takedown notices. We’ve written in the past about the many potential pitfalls of this practice. In the future, we may report statistics on the success rate of notices submitted by each…

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