The Pirate Google Bay Gives the Finger to Record Companies, Studios
Apr 23, 2009 20:04
Demonstrating how futile the war against Pirate Bay really is, someone has created The Pirate Google bay: A Google custom search dedicated to find torrent files. I can't wait for the industry to sue Google.
Think about it: Even if they hunt all the Torrent directories and search pages down, they will keep appearing and people will still publish things online, no matter what. Torrents torrents everywhere, and Google as the mega-Pirate Bay it already is.
When will the labels and record companies attack the main search engines? I don't think their cannons are big enough. It's time someone figured out how to marry bittorrent to some official distribution model. [The Pirate Google—Thank you Sable]
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