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Posted by on Jul 6, 2013 in Internet |

The RIAA has already blocked more than 25 million results in Google hacking

The RIAA has already blocked more than 25 million results in Google hacking

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The Recording Industry Association of America, better known by its initials , still in his particular crusade against and illegal downloads. In her campaign, becoming just the second organization more links and search results has locked.

With 25 million blocked links, RIAA outperformed its British counterpart BPI, and continues to hunt Degban antipiracy organization of India, which currently holds the sum of not less than 28 million requests.

The problem for all these organisms is that even though Google blocking search results, the situation is far from improving (for themselves and their purposes). On the contrary, the proliferation of torrent sites and its infinite number of proxies and mirrors is increasing and none of the more interested in stopping its expansion has found an effective method to curb.

James Brandes of Digital Copyright Consultancy expects the situation is hopeless: “We can say with certainty that the site blocking policies are failing.” Still, it’s very likely that the RIAA and their cronies continue flying blind as until now.

Link: RIAA Hits 25 Million Google Takedowns, Web Blocking Making Things Worse (Torrent Freak)

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