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Anti Piracy

  1. Google Sued by Germany’s Former First Lady for Prostitution-Related Search Suggestions

    In piracy cases, companies are offered protection by Google by way of making infringing content less accessible. We will prevent terms that are closely associated with piracy from appearing in Autocomplete.

  2. Google Failing on Piracy, Claims RIAA, Hollywood Agent

    Google is routinely directing people to unlawful sources of content," said RIAA's executive vice president of anti-piracy Brad Buckles. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is urging Google to make some changes to their copyright...

  3. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    Though this type of backlash is a politician’s worst nightmare in an election year, vested parties are none too pleased the bills didn’t pass and will continue to pressure lawmakers to enact anti-piracy legislation.

  4. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    So why is new anti-piracy legislation necessary? In their closing, the White House was clear that they plan to continue moving forward with anti-piracy legislation, saying, “Moving forward, we will continue to work with Congress on a bipartisan...

  5. Google to Protest SOPA on Home Page Tomorrow

    But tomorrow, millions of people visiting Google’s home page will be greeted with a link demonstrating the company’s opposition to controversial anti-piracy bill SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act. Over the weekend, Google also responded to tweets...

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 6, 2006: Yahoo MyWeb Gets New Look, More Features; Google Spreadsheets Want Your Tabular Data; The ODP Rigs The Alaskan Governor Election On Google; Baidu's Kickin' Commercial

    French publisher sues Google for piracy from AFP covers how a French publishing group becomes the third to sue Google over its book scanning program. Stops New Ranking Lawuit With Anti-SLAPP Threat; Previous KinderStart Suit

  7. Google Video Player Removed From Downloads of Google Video Pack

    The service works with Microsoft Windows Media Player version 10, which provides a digital rights management system, security and anti-piracy control. Several people have sent along notes this weekend and I've seen a few blog postings mentioning...