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Microsoft’s intellectual property policies prohibit trademark and copyright infringement by advertisers. If you suspect an ad or advertiser is misusing your trademark or copyright property rights, fill in the form below. You must provide the required information to submit the form.

After electronically signing and submitting the form, you’ll receive a confirmation email. You must be legally authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the trademark or copyright.

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Intellectual property concern information

Is this a trademark, counterfeit, or copyright concern? (To report more than one concern, please go to the “Multiple infringements” section below)

Intellectual property infringement

Use this section if you have one infringement to report. If you have multiple, use the next section.
In which search engines did the intellectual property infringements occur? Check all that apply.


Multiple infringements

To report multiple intellectual property infringements, download this Excel spreadsheet and follow the instructions inside. Complete all fields, then upload your finished file by clicking the “Choose file” button below.

Sign and submit form

By typing in my name (electronic signature), I represent that: (1) I have a good faith belief that the use of the intellectual property infringement(s) in the manner described above constitutes intellectual property infringement, is not authorized by the intellectual property owner or its agent, and is not otherwise permissible under the law; (2) all information in this form is true and accurate; and (3) I am legally authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the intellectual property. I also acknowledge that the information in this submission may be provided to third parties, who may include the accused advertiser and third-party organizations that collect, analyze, and publish complaints.

What is not covered here?

Organic search results (non-sponsored results)
Microsoft does not remove organic search results in response to a trademark complaint. The content of websites appearing in organic search results is wholly controlled by the website’s owner. Please raise any objection about the content of such websites directly with the owner of that website.

Issues in ads other than intellectual property

The forms above are specifically for reporting complaints related to intellectual property infringement. If you have found an occurrence of a low-quality ad on Microsoft Bing or Yahoo, please fill out the Low quality ad submission & escalation form to report spam or malicious ads.