November 6, 2012

Google: Investigated for Not Censoring?

Enigmax, Torrent Freak


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After mounting pressure from international rightsholders, in August Google finally caved in and said it would start making ‘pirate’ sites more difficult for its users to find. But three months on and despite removing millions of links to allegedly infringing content every week, the content industries still aren’t happy. In the face of Google’s apparent inability to hide online piracy from its users, the search engine faces the specter of legislation forcing it to do so.

In recent years entertainment companies have been placing increasing pressure on...

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