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Daily Dashboard | Axl Rose continues attempts to remove unflattering photos from internet Related reading: IAPP, UN release joint report on building ethics into privacy frameworks

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The Daily Dot reports it has received a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notice on behalf of Guns N’ Roses lead singer Axl Rose. The notice stems from Rose’s continued efforts to remove unflattering photos of him from a 2010 concert that became the subject of the “Fat Axl” meme. The DMCA notice came from web anti-piracy company Web Sheriff, an organization designed to help clients protect intellectual property and copyright claims. In an email received from Web Sheriff, the company cited the Daily Dot’s original report on Rose’s attempts to remove the photos as a reason for the second DMCA notice.  
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