Google Removed 95,600+ Content From Its Webpages To Take Of Grievance .

Google, the worldwide spread search engine is recently in buzz due to its action against some specific content.  Google received 35,191 complaints and removed 93,550 sets of content after receiving objections from users in august month, but this is not the first time Google is removing content due to public obligations, In month July google received 36,934 complaints against some specific genre of content and removed 95,600+ content from webpages, said by tech gain in a monthly report analysis.

The major content which is now discarded was from the category of copyright, trademark, counterfeit, circumvention, court order, graphic sexual, and other legal requests.

The US-based company has made these disclosures as part of compliance with India’s IT rules that came into force on May 26. Google, in its latest report, said it had received 35,191 complaints in August from individual users located in India via designated mechanisms, and the number of removal actions as a result of user complaints stood at 93,550. These complaints relate to third-party content that is believed to violate local laws or personal rights on Google’s significant social media intermediaries (SSMI) platforms, the report.

Furthermore, the statement suggested, “Some requests may allege infringement of intellectual property rights, while others claim violation of local laws prohibiting types of content on grounds such as defamation. When we receive complaints regarding content on our platforms, we assess them carefully,”

Google is ought to remove all the information complained about by users because it may create significant risks like financial fraud, harm to specific people, places, or any religion. Google is working with a full level of dedication to giving attention to all requests reported websites and contents to remove to them and maintain the decorum for the users.

“This includes using automated detection processes for some of our products to prevent the dissemination of harmful content such as child sexual abuse material and violent extremist content. “We balance privacy and user protection to quickly remove content that violates our Community Guidelines and content policies; restrict content (e.g., age-restrict content that may not be appropriate for all audiences); or leave the content live when it doesn’t violate our guidelines or policies,” it added.