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Youtube becoming source #1 for warez ?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Vrill, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. Vrill

    Vrill BANNED BANNED

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    Google announced to filter out links pointing to website with ilegal content.This means people wont be able to google for any warez anymore.
    Only possibility is to use another searchengine or searching via youtube.
     
  2. umerjutt00

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    I wanted to know if Google will filter the famous websites for warez content or they have developed a system which can filter any site like that??
     
  3. madalinb

    madalinb Newbie

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    so where it is the official news?
     
  4. francis1017

    francis1017 Supreme Member

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    link please..
    Blackhat niches will be dead if that's true..
     
  5. NoGameNoLife

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    If this true then only legit downloads linking to warez site will be filtered,fake ones will be fine,until people on youtube stop giving shit about those links since all thats left is fake...
    Gg google
     
  6. umerjutt00

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    Well, Google is finally going to do something about it. In a post on its Public Policy Blog, the company's senior copyright counsel has outlined a number of new measures. First, sites that receive a lot of DMCA takedowns — i.e. letters sent by rightsholders to Google, asking for a page be removed from the index — will now be demoted. As a result, "the most notorious sites" will move further down the search results (though it isn't yet clear how far they will go). Second, DMCA notices will affect the autocomplete terms that pop up when you're searching for stuff — i.e. in some cases, Google will no longer suggest that you download stuff for free. (Again, there's no word on how extensive this change will be.)

    And finally, and perhaps most weirdly and aggressively, Google is creating a new ad box that appears when you search for "download", "free," "watch," and other terms that suggest you might be looking to watch a TV show or movie without paying. This ad box will show links to Google Play, Amazon, Spotify, Hulu, or any other "official" site that has the TV show/movie/song in question. The catch: These companies will have to pay for the ad. I think this is mainly for movies & music.

    source: www.extremetech.com/extreme/192471-...mote-notorious-piracy-sites-in-search-results

     
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  7. burglar

    burglar Registered Member

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    Ah, Google. Such a stalwart of morality.

    LOL.
     
  8. lul4now

    lul4now Newbie

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    I use youtube to download all my MP3s, youtube + any of the 100's of converter sites and I have all the free music I want! Not surprised..
     
  9. francis1017

    francis1017 Supreme Member

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    If this is true.. Yahoo or Bing will be the boss, hopefully. So we can say BYE BYE to google.
     
  10. SocialMediaManager

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    Google will never do that unless comes under Very heavy Pressure of NATO Anti-Piracy or from Courts in Europe even then they will try to implement in specific countries
     
  11. tribo

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    If you are happy with low quality mp3, then you good.