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And not only just a little.
Probably the most interesting bits here :
Perhaps more important, however, is that Google is also revealing the incredible deluge of takedown requests it receives in search, each of which it tries to check to make sure they're legitimate. As it stands now, Google is processing over 250,000 such requests per week -- which is more than they got in the entire year of 2009. For all of 2011, Google receive 3.3 million copyright takedowns for search... and here we are in just May of 2012, and they're already processing over 1.2 million per month. And while we've heard reports from the usual Google haters that Google is slow to respond to takedowns, it says that its average turnaround time last week was 11 hours. Think about that for a second. It's reviewing each one of these takedowns, getting 250,000 per week... and can still process them in less than 12 hours. That's pretty impressive.
The data shows the amount of takedown requests specific companies sent as well as their targets. Surprisingly, Microsoft comes first with 2.5 millions takedown requests. Followed by NBC Universal and RIAA (900k and 400k respectively). Really glad to see Google going transparent about those things since it gives a pretty good insight on what goes behind the scene.
Out of curiosity, I looked to see how many takedown requests have been made towards MMORPG.com (you can find it here ). Surprisingly there's only been 1 request made towards MMORPG.com by Waves Audio Ltd. Why? I have no clue, but still.
And for those who own a domain, here's the link to see your domain's "profile" (replace the end with your domain name) http://www.google.com/transparencyreport/removals/copyright/domains/yourdomain.com/