MPAA criticizes Google for lack of piracy




The Motion Picture Association of America in a report fierce criticism of Google and other Internet giants with popular search engines. They would according to the organization doing enough to go. Piracy through search engines against

The organization is particularly angry that people who do not even specifically looking for a way to view copyrighted material, yet often get free links to websites with torrents, dished out, so reports The Guardian. Of the people who came on a website with illegal content via a search engine, used by the MPAA 58 percent a general search. They then searched for example, only the name of a movie, without addition as ‘torrent’ or ‘free download’.

According to the organization are search engines like Google is still a popular way to find illegal content, 74 percent of respondents would ever do this through a search engine. In total, twenty percent of traffic to stream or torrent sites come from search engines.

Large Internet companies should do more to ensure that people are not exposed to ways to view. Copyrighted material illegally This is their duty, according to the MPAA. Google has not responded substantively to the report published last week but have a document on piracy, which the company explains how it combats piracy on the Internet. The search giant says to remove upon request links from the search results but is not willing to keep. Complete sites



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