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These three content hijacker websites splash huge amount of advertisement using hijacked content from genuine websites and to make matters worse the format of the content that is displayed is pathetic. How can I get rid of these web space polluters in my google search results?

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closed as off topic by Dennis Williamson, Zoredache, joeqwerty, mfinni, Antoine Benkemoun Feb 4 '11 at 18:26

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Should be on webmasters – mfinni Feb 4 '11 at 18:06
Seems like all the sites listed in the title aggregate content legally. If you don't want them in your Google results, block them. – jjxtra Sep 20 '11 at 0:42
Just add them to your blocked search options. – Joseph Lust Nov 4 '12 at 19:30
The folks at Google are smart enough to pick up on sites like these and lower their search priority. These days (3 years after this original post), none of those sites show up in search results, and even old results are no longer found (suggesting that, realizing they weren't getting hits any more due to Google filtering results, they simply stopped trying). In fact, there is an article here about their efforts, and they have a Scraper Report Form. – Jason C Mar 23 '14 at 3:27

You can use an extension to do this. Search Filter is one for Google Chrome where you can delete domains from your search results.

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