YouTube, Facebook or Twitter will not be affected by the new Google penalties
As we learned a few days ago, Google implemented a new system that will penalize sites with pirated content on their search results . Strictly speaking, rather than pirated content, we should talk about content that does not have the permission of the owners of their rights to be freely published on the network.
And that leads immediately to think of YouTube, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and their peers, which base their operation on user-generated content and often walk along the edge of the “legality”, as it somehow. But Google is convinced that his new detection algorithm should not affect the results of those sites.
YouTube’s case is special, as the video site is owned by Google and there are those who think they might turn a blind eye when applying the filter. Since Google said that it will not be the case, because YouTube will receive the same treatment as the rest, well, the system requests to censor a video that potentially violates the copyright will join the new method of penalty.
All this in pursuit of helping users to “find legitimate sources and quality of content on the web.” And by the way, Google takes to make it a sweetie to Hollywood. Will there come many time to switch to another search engine?Facebook, Google, penalties, Piracy, search result, tumblr, Twitter, YouTube