The piracy topic is spoken more frequently than it should be, and every time it comes to arguments between the supporters of the current mild policy, and those which postulate tougher penalties for illegal use of resources in the network. Both of them have their own reasons and cannot be persuaded by arguments of their rival and everything goes back to normal. However, there are organizations that may not have their own views on piracy and should comply with the legislation of the country – one of them is, inter alia, Google, a website providing the most popular search engine. There is no doubt that being on the high places of search results is half of the battle, so websites dealing with the supply, transfer, provision of illegal files are fighting to keep their addresses in the popular service.
On the other hand we have organizations of artists managed by different people, which are designed to minimize the effects of piracy to protect the profits of the same artists, film producers, game developers, and the like. One of the tools that may strike the person illegally providing resources on the network is a form removal from the Google search results. The Mountain View company can therefore choose to remove the link, or leave it in its current position. As it turns out, Google has recently reluctantly responded to the request of various organizations, and the record in this topic seems to be the American MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America).
The said organization wanted to remove from the search engine more or less well-known 81 websites that provide movies and TV series – Google has decided to take further action against the 21 sites, while the remaining 60 can talk about being very lucky, because they’ve been left in search results. The American company has very complicated procedure for the determination of non-compliance with the rules of the site search engine, so you cannot clearly explain why so many sites have not been removed. MPAA wanted to achieve great success, and ended up with a sad failure.