Warner Bros said site is illegal, but Google?

Recently Warner Bros asked Google to remove links to it's website off their search results. Some of the links they said "it violates copyright laws".

Websites come in all shapes and sizes. YouTube has countless videos, others have documents for members and some sell pictures, videos and so on. How do you keep this secure?

Our team of consultants have experience making websites and we can ensure the right content is kept public and the rest is kept safe.

If you would like more information on keeping you website safe and secure, please speak to a member of our team on 01489 290 001. You can also drop us an email.

This post was brought to you by Baldeep on 06 Sep 2016.

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