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Google received 5 requests in 2 months from IPL for removing web content

Google has said it received five content censorship requests from Indian Premier League (IPL) during March-April 2010. According to Google, the censorship requests were about certain websites carrying “illegal retransmission of the authorised feed, copyrighted content for which IPL is the owner”.

Google has said it received five content censorship requests from Indian Premier League (IPL) during March-April 2010. According to Google, the censorship requests were about certain websites carrying “illegal retransmission of the authorised feed, copyrighted content for which IPL is the owner”.

The content censorship requests from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which owns IPL, have been listed on ChillingEffects.org, a project run by US-based Berkman Centre for Internet and Society, which tracks online restrictions on speech. [Source: Economic Times]

BCCI-IPL DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google [April 13, 2010]

BCCI-IPL DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google [April 10, 2010]

BCCI-IPL DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google [April 10, 2010]

BCCI-IPL DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google [April 9, 2010]

DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google/Blogger [March 23, 2010]

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