RIAA Wants Google to Implement Five-Point Anti-Piracy PlanTorrentFreak
Jan. 15, 2014
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This week the global music industry sent its 100 millionth DMCA takedown request to Google. According to the RIAA, this staggering number has done very little to keep the most blatant pirate sites out of search results. Together with IFPI, the RIAA urges Google to up its anti-piracy efforts, which includes demoting pirate sites, or removing them altogether.