Now Google and Bing to deprecate piracy websites

Now Google and Bing to deprecate piracy websites.

Search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo have signup a voluntary code of practice to deprecate or hide website which provides or share pirated content.Now internet user’s will find it harder to search for pirated music, movies, Football stream or anything illegal.Search engines companies Google and Bing have signup to a voluntary code of practice aimed at preventing users from visiting disreputable content provider websites.

 

Search Engines Companies Google, Yahoo, Bing will no longer let you search for pirated content and illegal stream as effortlessly as you used to.

The search engines have heavily agreed with the new voluntary code of practice in the UK that will see all websites know to engage in illagele sharing of content on the internet.Now illegal content less visible in search engines results.It means if anyone who searches for movies, music videos, Football coverage, Digital books will more likely to be taken to bona fide providers rather than pirate sites where users secure may be it the risk.

See The Guardian Reports.

 

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