Google removed 48,594 pieces of content, based on 24,569 complaints it received from users in October. 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.
In addition to reports, it also removed 3,84,509 pieces of content in October as a result of automated detection.
Google said automated detection enables it to act more quickly and accurately to enforce its guidelines and policies. These removal actions may result in removing the content or terminating a bad actor's access to the Google service
The content removal was done under several categories, including copyright, trademark, circumvention, counterfeit, court order and graphic sexual content.
Google further added, “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.”
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