Google has quietly expanded its list of censored search phrases with the addition of The Pirate Bays domain names. The blacklist prevents popular keywords from appearing in Googles Instant and Autocomplete search services, while the pages themselves remain indexed. Although Google understands that there is no silver bullet to stop online copyright infringement, the search giant is convinced that the steps theyve taken could help to decrease piracy.
Wasn't sure where to post this but, I have to say, does it even really matter at this point?
Damn near everyone knows about them (thank you media!) and those who don't will
hear about it from someone else. It's very easy to type in an address bar.--
"I like to refer to myself as an Adult Film Efficienato." - Stuart Bondek