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Music Industry To Sue Google Over Pirate Search.

Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by BubblePuppy, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. BubblePuppy

    BubblePuppy Good night dear Smoke... love you & "got your butt

    Nov 3, 2006
  2. kevinturcotte

    kevinturcotte Active Member

    Dec 19, 2006
    I wasn't aware it WAS Google's job to censor searches (Or ANY search engine for that matter) :rolleyes: Next parents will be suing because kids are finding porn, and religious people will be suing because Google showed them something offensive.
  3. Marlin Guy

    Marlin Guy Hall Of Fame

    Apr 8, 2009
    When your very existence is slipping away, you tend to fight for it with everything you have.
    The music industry is rapidly becoming the litigation industry.

    They missed the boat years ago.
  4. Davenlr

    Davenlr Geek til I die

    Sep 16, 2006
    Maybe IFPI will have better results than Rick Santorum did with Google :)
  5. dpeters11

    dpeters11 Hall Of Fame

    May 30, 2007
    I think Steve Jobs did more to reduce music piracy than anything the RIAA has done. People who do pirate don't need Google to find it. It will really only hinder some casual pirates.
  6. Davenlr

    Davenlr Geek til I die

    Sep 16, 2006
    If they RIAA would spend all that money lowering prices on new releases, instead of sueing 15 yr olds, maybe more people would buy the hard copy.

    In all reality, these days, I feel kind of outdated even buying CD's, as all I do is rip them to my music server for playback. Sure beats that old 300 disc CD changer. RIAA just needs to get with reality.
  7. scooper

    scooper Hall Of Fame

    Apr 22, 2002
    Youngsville NC
    +1 - as soon as get home with a new CD - first thing I do is rip it to MP3 on my harddrive. Then the CD should go into the CD storage book...
  8. SayWhat?

    SayWhat? Know Nothing

    Jun 6, 2009
    Aren't India, Pakistan, China and a few other countries trying the same tactics?
  9. bobukcat

    bobukcat Hall Of Fame

    Dec 20, 2005
    +1 on that one, serious pirates know there are better ways than Google to find what they are looking for.

    I often Google a song title I've heard to get more information and perhaps I'm ignoring it because I always use the same sources to buy music but in my recollection the number one result is usually a YouTube video of some sort.

    I also agree that it's not Google's job to censor search results!

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