Google’s ongoing anti-piracy plan

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This is finally the answer to the requests of entertainment industry but it’s not just like the solution they expected. “There should be no cost when it comes to serving consumers with results for legal services,” a spokesman of music trade group. the BPI, told to the media. They made 43.3 million requests for Google to remove search results in 2013. The US equivalent group, the RIAA, made 31.6 million). Google itself removed 222 million results from search because of copyright infringement. A complete report about what Google did and will do to combat online piracy was made public by the company at
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwxyRPFduTN2NmdYdGdJQnFTeTA/view

In the opening it shows the principles and the most important is:

“Create More and Better Legitimate Alternatives. The best way to battle piracy is with better, more convenient, legitimate alternatives to piracy. By developing products with beautiful user experiences, we help drive revenue for creative industries.”

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