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Protecting Creators On The Following Platforms
What We Do
Remove Unauthorized Content Online
Once approved, we start the process for DMCA removals of your content that has been shared online without your permission.
We take the hard work out of the removal process and file all the relevant forms for search engine removals as well as contact host sites for removal.
Search Engine Removal
We have your content removed from search engines, this eliminates close to 95% of web traffic. This includes links, images and videos.
With our services, we continually monitor the web, removing newly shared files, images and links.
Social Media Protection
Our dedicated team monitor social media for potential leaks and act promptly.
File Site Protection
The team at Content Glider search message boards, forums and more, which usually share file links such as Gofile, MEGA and Dropbox. The team issues removals for these files.
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Why Choose, Content Glider?
Search Engine Monitoring
We have a dedicated team that manually uses a wide variety of search terms to find your content. This allows us to continually find leaks before they're shared at a mass level.
This is valid across both web search and image search.
Save Time, Focus On Your Content
On average, we can typically spend up to 8 hours doing removals before we are content, this includes finding content, issuing DMCA take downs and processing search removals.
Even once removed, content will continually pop up and it takes time to continually remove these, as a creator, you can better spend your time with content creation rather than protection. We do the work.
Glider Transparency Policy
At Content Glider, we don't work with any websites and our interests are purely based on helping you remove content.
We are fully transparent in the fact that not everything can be removed directly from hosting sites however we do contact the appropriate hosting providers in an aim to remove your content whilst also having them removed from search engines.