Identity of file-sharing users may be disclosed even for small offenses

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Sites that are noticed in the past by copyright violations, with a new algorithm of the search engine immediately punished and relegated to the results on the back seat.

On Monday Google will change its search algorithmThe move is aimed primarily at sites that have failed in the past against copyrights.According to Google, the search engine to include such Internet sites will illuminate while the intense violations of existing copyrights.The more complaints there are against one side, the farther it will be downgraded in the search results, says the official company blog . The change in the ranking system should facilitate users to search for legal and quality content, says Amit Singhal, senior vice-president of engineering at Google.
The Supreme Court’s ruling that copyright holders otherwise “virtually defenseless asked” would be determined if the IP address and not an actual port owner could be assigned. Although always, the rights of the copyright holder, information providers and the user are included in principle such an information request is justified, however, mostly.

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