Google pushing down pirate sites from search results

JoE

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Cool... now if only the fat cats drop their huge margins we'll all be a happy family.
 

unskinnybob

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Dangerous territory. Priority now, filtering next. And then, byebye google.
 

Peon

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Have to agree with you unskinny. Honestly, google worries me.
 

twhitehead

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Well thats goodbye to youtube, unless they cheat when its their own products.
 

Lobesy

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"and other enterprises that steal the hard work of creators across the globe.”
so Google is going to drop the MPAA and RIAA rankings?
 

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Doesn't this just mean people will have to click through a couple of pages of search results, meaning Google get to show them more ads, and thus more money for Google?
 

Jabberwocky

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Google doing what they`re not supposed to. Not that i`m for piracy, but its not up to them.

Doesn't this just mean people will have to click through a couple of pages of search results, meaning Google get to show them more ads, and thus more money for Google?

Or they might just start using bing instead of clicking through a few pages.

Here`s your gap microsoft.
 
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FrankCastle

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You can search within Piratebays and Isohunt search for specific titles.
Who needs Google anyway
 

R13...

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You can search within Piratebays and Isohunt search for specific titles.
Who needs Google anyway

There are still people who don't know how to use the address bar. Not the pirates though, no sir.
 

grok

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Meh, mom & pop pirates are going to suffer but no sweat for someone who has google skills. :D
 

unskinnybob

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I don't see this as a problem really.

You don't have a problem with a search engine deciding on what results you should see first? And when it becomes a search engine that decides what results you shouldn't see?

Sorting results in any way other than relevance is a form of censorship.
 
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