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Submitted by justinbkerr 479d ago | news

Google Removed 50 Million “Pirate” Search Results This Year

TorrentFreak: Over the past year copyright holders have asked Google to remove 51,395,353 links to infringing webpages, a dramatic surge compared to previous years. The search giant is currently processing half a million “infringing” links per day, and this number is increasing week after week. At the same time, Hollywood and the major record labels want Google to increase its anti-piracy efforts. (Culture, Google, Google, Web)

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jknext  +   479d ago
That's usual and inevitable
mpctips  +   478d ago
Assuming the links are actually looked at by human workers, that's a daunting task.
Klonopin  +   475d ago
How will all the deadbeat scumbags survive? Just because they're cheapskates doesn't mean they don't feel.

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