Warner Bros. shoots itself in the foot as it flags its own website for piracy


Warner Bros. has long been among Hollywood’s most ferocious anti-piracy advocates, but it seems the studio has shot itself in the foot during its latest pursuit of justice. In a recent DMCA notice to Google, Warner Bros. has mistakenly flagged one of its own pages for pirated content, asking Google to remove the entry from showing up in search results, TorrentFreak reports. As you can see in the screenshot below, the complaint refers to Warner’s Oscar-winning flick The Dark Knight. What’s interesting, however, is that one of the reported pages in the list links to the studio’s own website.   This isn’t the only time…

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