Google aims to end piracy on YouTube

Google’s next target is YouTube and the piracy stream that is a constant issue on the platform. According to a report from Cnet, content from YouTube is used to power many other apps and services. The search engine has now made a definite plan to block these platforms.

In a statement, YouTube says that the company is making constant efforts to improve its services. And to ensure the company remains true to its terms of services, they are blocking MP3 stream-ripping websites.

As of now, it is not clear how effective the new measures will be but industry experts are applauding YouTube and Google for trying to make an effort to end piracy.


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