Google Removed 786 Pirate Sites From Search Results


Google and Different other Russian Search Engine Removed 786 Pirate site From Search Results, All the search engines took this action after Moscow court ordered them to permanently wipe these sites.
Google Removed 786 Pirate Sites From Search Results


Late July, President Vladimir Putin signed a new law which requires local telecoms watchdog Rozcomnadzor to maintain a list of banned domains while identifying sites, services, and software that provide access to them.

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Rozcomnadzor will contact the operators of such services with a request for them to block banned resources and if Operator will not block than they will block it.

According to report from Rozcomnadzor, Google, Yandex, Mail.ru, Rambler, and Sputnik have stopped presenting information in results for sites that have been permanently blocked,and Telecom Watchdogs revealed that.
To date, search engines have stopped access to 786 pirate sites listed in the register of Internet resources which contain content distributed in violation of intellectual property rights.

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