Pornstar ask Google for help in fight against piracy




Porn Stars and studios have asked Google this week for help in order to go against piracy. They require the same treatment as the music industry is in as the United Kingdom. It reports the BBC.

The music industry recently signed a deal with Google, which prominently displayed links to legal music content and the search engine in the search results. This means that someone who is now looking for music of Ed Sheeran, rather a link to a legal sales site than to a piracy site will see.

It also helps Google actively removing links to copyrighted material illegal sites; the search engine has to process more than one hundred million takedown requests.

The porn industry is now asking for the same treatment. “Google continues to discriminate against the porn industry”, so says the Australian actress Angela White told the BBC. Other “influential” figures in the industry would have told the British broadcaster to agree with White.

The porn industry denounces the institution of Google, the industry would see as illegal and therefore does not allow ads from such companies. “The porn industry runs like any other. We pay taxes, create jobs and contribute to the economy,” argues White. According to her, many tones daily interest in the industry. “How many times a day someone tap the word” porn “in Google?”

In addition to Google, the actors and actresses includes free video porn sites like YouPorn to. They claim that such sites ensure that their revenues decline drastically because visitors could upload their content illegally. Care While sites like YouPorn provide a report function, but it would, especially for small studios are impossible to verify. All uploads

“It’s the mentality that needs to change. Not only because of piracy, but for society as a whole”, the owner of a company says that porn studios helps get illegal images offline against the BBC. “The illegal distribution of pornography affects real people, the men and women of the camera to the editors, office workers and shop owners.”


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