Google Refuses to Remove The Pirate Bay HomepageTorrentFreak
Sep. 10, 2013
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The Pirate Bay is one of the few torrent sites that doesn’t link to any infringing material on its homepage but that doesn’t prevent copyright holders from targeting it. In one of its recent DMCA notices music industry group BPI asked Google to remove The Pirate Bay’s homepage from its search results, marking it as infringing. Google disagreed, however, and refused to comply with the request.