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Ritesh Warke On Monday, January 31, 2011

Surprisingly Google has first time introduced Censorship, to create blockage against all search queries related to Torrent searches. As it is quite tough deal to find file sharing website on Google, special thanks to Google to remove all sorts of preferences quoting torrent related searches. It makes easier to get the required searches on same page. (file sharing contents)
Earlier, Google stepped out some plans to make copyrights much better online, with this promise Google affirms that the terms related closely to privacy would no longer there in the auto searching. Google sends a strong message to all those illegal file sharing websites, particular to BitTorrent services.
Nothing as astonishing, since these companies are quick to point out that there are many legitimate uses for torrents.
Part of the problem with this new implementation, as TorrentFreak noted when it broke the story, the list of banned terms is “seemingly arbitrary.” No version of the word “torrent” will work for instant search – neither the software “uTorrent,” nor “BitTorrent,” the name of a protocol and a San Francisco-based company. But while the cyberlockers RapidShare and Megaupload are now forbidden, other sites like HotFile and MediaFire are not. Furthermore, you can still find the names of other popular torrent sites, including The Pirate Bay. (Via New York Times)
Torrent Programmers said, Google must not be interfering into personal interests of browsing. Because daily, nearly thousands of people using torrent search to serve their legitimate interest not for Google or anybody else. Google hitting hard on reasonable tastes, it may bite the Google itself. Censorship on web browsing? Is Google became Chinese Pro?
News Agencies, Image Source: http://bit.ly/i250AN


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