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+ - Piracy case could change Canadian web landscape-> 1

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meatheadmike
meatheadmike writes "A court case in British Columbia has the potential to drastically change the Canadian Internet landscape by making search engines such as Google and Yahoo! illegal. A case brought against the Canadian Recording Industry Association by a small search engine for BitTorrent files, called isoHunt Web Technologies Inc., is raising questions about whether search engines are liable for the sharing of copyright-protected content online. Read about it here: http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Piracy+case+could+change+Canadian+landscape/1407312/story.html Yikes!"
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