What is Copyright and/or Trademark Infringement?

In general terms, IP infringement is any breach of intellectual property rights. IP rights are infringed when a work protected by IP laws is used, copied or otherwise exploited without having the proper permission from a person who owns those rights. Examples of an IP infringement are “counterfeiting” and “piracy."

Common Platforms

While the internet is large and comprised of over 1 BILLION individual websites, we frequently treat the following sites:

  1. Facebook;
  2. Instagram;
  3. Whirlpool;
  4. Youtube;
  5. Blogspot;
  6. Wordpress;
  7. STDregistry,
  8. Ripoff Report;
  9. She's a Home Wrecker;
  10. Myex.com;
  11. TheDirty.com;
  12. Cheaterland.com; and dozens of other platforms. 

Our Solution

As at January 2019, our team at Internet Removals has removed over 55,421 URLs from the internet. A high percentage of these 55,421 URLs has been from removing content that infringes on our client's Intellectual Property rights, such as their copyright and trademark.

As the pioneers of the content removal industry, we provide a specialised service whereby we lodge and manage applications for the removal of content to offending search engines, website administrators and web hosts.

During our 7+ years, we are yet to find a problem that we don't believe our solution applies to. 

Questions to Ask

When engaging a company, we recommend that you ask the following questions:

  1. How long have you been in this business?
  2. How many clients have you serviced?
  3. How many URL's have you verifiably removed?
  4. How many client testimonials do you have (and can provide)?
  5. Can you provide a redacted email from a search engine confirming you have successfully removed content before?

If you would like to find out more, please contact our team via email on team@internetremovals.com.au or call 1300 039 196