Dated 01/22/13 I have found content that violated my copyright and so filed a request at http://www.google.com/support/go/legal%20for%20removing%20unauthorized%20duplicate content from Google.
Location of the copyrighted work is on my Tech-Wonders.com technology blog @ //www.tech-wonders.com/2011/07/opendns-vs-google-public-dns-vs-bsnl.html which was republished without permission at http://newgnxit.blogspot.com/2012/05/opendns-vs-google-public-dns-vs-bsnl.html (now removed, many thanks to the Google Team!)
Dated Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 9:17 AM I’ve received much awaited reply email from the Google team saying they’ve completed processing my request to remove duplicate content from Google. The message from firstname.lastname@example.org to me is as under:
Thanks for reaching out to us.
In accordance with Google Inc.’s policies concerning content removal, we have completed processing your request. We are working on disabling access to the content in question at the following URLs:
If you would like to file additional requests, we ask that you contact us by using the online forms at: www.google.com/support/go/legal as we do not accept add-on requests.
The Google Team
Many thanks for your message, the Google Team!
When users ask Google to remove content, here’s how Google responds:
When deciding something is against Google’s policies, Google reviews complaints on a case by case basis. If it’s determined that the flagged content violates Google’s guidelines they take it down and repeat offenders often face penalties by getting their Google account disabled.