Google News Politics, — August 13, 2012 11:40 — 2 Comments

Google, algorithm, Hollywood, lobbyists, copyright,  battle

The move is a victory for media and entertainment giants, although Google has resisted in the past on the basis that its search results should reflect what sites people point to for particular words or phrases

Move to downgrade websites that persistently breach copyright follows prolonged lobbying from media and film giants

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