Adobe claimed that one of my posts infringed the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other applicable intellectual property laws. As you know, the DMCA is a United States copyright law that sets guidelines for Internet services' liability in cases of alleged copyright infringement.
The title of the post that is alleged to infringe the copyright of Adboe is "How to setup the testing server in Dreamweaver."
Abobe might have suspected that my post contained the key generator or crack of Dreamweaver. However, the post does not contain any illegal content or tools.
Anyway, I just removed the content. Dreamwever is an outdated tool and only few people will use it.
You can submit legal removal requests to Google if you suspect your copyright might have been infringed:
If you believe that the DMCA notice (from Google) was mistaken or misidentified the material to be removed, you can file a counternotice under the DMCA:
This blog contains no illegal content. However, due to the domain name, some might suspect that the site distributes copyrighted software applications illegally. Actually, last years, a WordPress plugin developer requested Bluehost (this blog is hosted by Bluehost) to remove one of my posts. They thought my site was used to distribute their plugin illegally. Once again, this blog does not contain any illegal content or material.