Monday, 30 July 2012
Thursday, 5 July 2012
You'll then be able to paste in the offending URL with the request that Google remove it from their search index. Result: the pirated copies of your books will no longer show up in a Google search, making life more difficult (and therefore less profitable) for our wonderful pirate chums!
Tuesday, 3 July 2012
From Amazon: "Jade's heart-breaking diary of her fight against terminal cancer and her final precious months with her beloved family. In August 2007 Jade Goody received the shattering news that she had cervical cancer. She was only 27 years old. But with her usual strength of character, Jade was determined to beat the disease and carry on with life as normal with her two little boys Bobby and Freddy. A percentage of profits from the book will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care."
Not if those charmers at magic-downloads.net have anything to do with it - see link below. They appear to be offering free copies of "Forever in my Heart" - well not exactly free, you have to pay them $75 up front to join. Don't you just love these anti-capitalist heroes? Although $75 subscription sounds suspiciously capitalist to me.
UPDATE: Magic-Downloads.net seems to have morphed into http://www.mediaplaynow.com
That's the bad news; the good news is that I've just reported mediaplaynow.com to Google Removals :)
Sunday, 1 July 2012
Mediaplaynow.com is a TOTAL SCAM, try the search box below, type anything in it such as your grandmother's name or even some random letters like fu2mpn, the search will come up as a downloadable file with hundreds of hits, all a trap to ensnare you into paying a fee and/or revealing your financial details
Please see the link below. Those wonderful bunch of people behind a website called magic-downloads.net are now offering a free download of Madeleine, Kate McCann's account of the disappearance of, and search for, her three-year-old daughter who went missing in the Algarve five years ago. Proceeds of (legitimate) sales of the book are in part intended for the Find Madeleine Fund, a charity with the stated aim of leaving "no stone unturned" until the mystery of Madeleine's disappearance is solved. However, our altruistic friends at magic-downloads.net appear to be offering a free download of the book, and all you have to do to join the site is pay them an upfront fee of $75! Are the owners of magic-downloads.net are diverting charitable funds to line their own pockets, when all the while a child is still missing? If so, just how low can people crawl?