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Microsoft accuses Microsoft of copyright infringement, asks Google to scrub search links

The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a court brief in 2012 arguing that automated DMCA requests that aren't reviewed by actual humans should be considered negligent, therefore opening the requestor to sanctions. Nothing ever came from the attempt, however—and automated, unreviewed requests generated by Microsoft contractors are still trying to erase parts of the Microsoft.com website to this very day.

Monday, July 29, 2013
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