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Google To Block Piracy-Related Terms From Autocomplete

December 2nd, 2010 12:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Google is making changes in the way it presents web search results to try to exclude links that may be tied to pirated content. In a move enthusiastically praised by the RIAA, Google says it will not include terms closely associated with piracy from appearing via autocomplete. The company acknowledged that it can be hard to know what terms are being used to find infringing content, but ‘we’ll do our best to prevent Autocomplete from displaying the terms most frequently used for that purpose.’”

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