Warner Bros. asks Google to remove its own website due to copyright infringement

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First rule of filing DMCA takedown notices: Do not ask for your own site to be taken down. 
Warner Bros. would do well to heed that advice in the future. A recent DMCA copyright complaint to Google, filed on behalf of Warner Bros. by copyright protection company Vobile and first noticed by TorrentFreak, asks for two of Warner Bros.’ own websites to be taken down. Some other sites on the list, including Amazon, are also obviously listed in error. 
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The sites in question are WB’s official sites for The Dark Knight and The Matrix. As you can see in one of the screenshots below, Amazon’s entirely innocuous page — in fact, a page where people can legally buy copies of The Dark Knight — is listed as a transgressor as well.  Read more…More about Google, Takedown Notice, Dmca, Warner Bros., and Tech

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