According to the various reliable sources and reports, the tech giant Google along with the other search engines will soon implement new measures in order to ban all the Torrent site links simply to slow down the piracy.
Soon Google Will Ban All Torrent Site Links
Over the last few days, there has been talk of several important meetings that have been carried out between various organizations dedicated to eradicating Internet piracy with some of the leaders of the major search engines, including, of course, Google, to take more extreme measures in a short space of time.
According to the various reliable sources and reports, the tech giant Google along with the other search engines will soon implement new measures to try to slow down the piracy, as far as possible, the high levels of online piracy that currently exist in some regions. Through these measures, companies will be able to block the viewing of these links to torrent files, and their corresponding portals, from their search results.
This is a fight that both the entertainment industry and the anti-piracy organizations associated, have been asking for a while. The main news that has recently come to the front, to the displeasure of consumers of this type of content, is that such search engines and Hollywood studios seem to have finally reached an agreement. At this point, it should be noted that these users will still have the option to visit their favorite torrent portals directly, but their removal from the search engines will make their location tough.
Search engines like Google will remove links to torrents as we mentioned earlier, but, Hollywood entertainment companies have long blamed the tech giant Google and other search engines for “promoting” piracy by displaying the contents of torrent websites in their search results. That is why Google has been taking certain steps to filter these “infringing” copyrighted content from its search results, although it has not been enough for the industry. As a curiosity to say that only last year, the technology giant was claimed for the elimination of links through more than one billion applications.
As a result, multiple meetings have been held between the various search engines and entertainment studios, all with the help of the British Intellectual Property Office, to resolve this issue once and for all. As a result of these meetings Internet companies, in the beginning, are close to reaching a voluntary and mutual agreement to make these links disappear from the searches.
When the time is right, perhaps the most “bad” torrent portals are the least known, because, whether or not links appear in search engines, the content will still be available to those who access directly to certain URLs, generally the best known in these areas.