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  1. Google to Fight Piracy by Modifying Search Algorithms

    Google has updated its search engine algorithms in an attempt to restrict piracy websites appearing high in its search rankings. The update will mean piracy sites are less likely to appear when people search for music, films, and other copyrighted...

  2. Google Accused of Being Too Slow to Derank Pirate Websites

    Google had said that it would not return "piracy" websites in its search results as an attempt to see off alleged assaults on the media cartels' most-holy copyrights. Google has been accused of not deranking so-called "piracy" websites as it...

  3. Google Play, YouTube & Others Getting 600+ 20th Century Fox Movies, TV Shows

    Still, the program marks a shift in corporate mentality that should be very welcome to users, who have asked for easier ways to download media legally throughout the debate over piracy. This March, Murdoch again took to Twitter to defend NewsCorp...

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

    Consider this next point of view: Mike Mozart, of Jeepers Media, produced a controversial yet well-informed video several weeks ago that shed light on how the piracy problem came to be. Could anti-piracy legislation be a new instrument for black...

  5. Censoring Google is the Cure for Piracy?

    But, the root problem of piracy won't be solved by censoring search results, according to a Media Piracy Project report. While President Obama's administration plans to increase its efforts fighting websites by seeking to make it a felony to...

  6. Ten Top Stories from SES London 2009

    Byron Gordon of SEO-PR interviewed Mason after his keynote about the history of piracy as well as its pros and cons. Mason reiterated why it is important for companies today to embrace piracy by competing with it.

  7. James Cameron Live on "Avatar" - His New 3-D Film

    If you valued up revenues of what's lost to piracy, movies are doing better now than they ever have. I've been banging on the door at Microsoft since I introduced Windows Media 9 with LL Cool J and Bill Gates in 2002.