The Google search engine is notorious for being a hotbed of piracy, with its links ranking among the most frequently stolen sites.
This has resulted in Google’s users becoming a bit of a piracy magnet, with a large portion of the traffic coming from the sites listed above.
With more than 10 million links stolen every day, the pirate-friendly site has become a very lucrative source of revenue for search engine operators.
To combat piracy, Google has developed several tools to help protect users from the theft of links and other content, including a “copyright warning” button.
The most popular tool is “copyleft” search, which can be used to automatically check a user’s search terms against Google’s own list of terms and warns if a user is using one of those terms.
The company has been working on its “copylight” feature, which will automatically warn users of terms that may contain links to infringing content.
This is the feature that will appear on the top of the Google search results page if users enter the word “copypaste” in the search field.
The “copypeaste” button will automatically appear at the top, where it displays the search terms the user entered.
In addition to a “warning” button, the “copolytext” search tool will also show a “danger warning” if a link has been posted to a site that links to content that violates copyright.
Google is also rolling out a new “piracy warning” feature to all of its search results.
Users can click on the “report” link at the bottom of the search results screen to get alerted when a link to a website has been detected as infringing.
While the copyright warning will remain in place for some time, the new tool will be added automatically to search results for those terms that are flagged as “pirate” or “copynight” links.
This new feature should be rolled out to all Google Search results over the coming months.
A more comprehensive solution will be rolled in in the near future, but for now the new copyright warning feature is the easiest way to ensure users are aware of the threat posed by infringing sites.
Google also recently rolled out a “more advanced warning” system, which includes an “infringing terms” list and the ability to block links to the infringing sites, as well as other helpful tools for users.
This includes an option to block users from clicking links to sites that are infringing on a user-defined term or term extension, as Google will automatically block those terms from appearing in search results in the future.