Google will start to specify the source of the lyrics in the search results. Earlier Genius accused the company of theft

Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive

The search engine shifted the responsibility for illegal copying to its partner, who provides the texts.

After Genius accused Google of stealing lyrics, the search engine said it would begin to indicate their source. The company reported about it in the blog.

Google claims to receive the lyrics from a third-party partner LyricFind, who has been asked to investigate, "to make sure they meet the highest standards of the industry."

Google began collaborating with LyricFind in 2016. The company claims that it does not take lyrics from Genius, and pays publishers for their use and creates its own database, which compares with other sites. The Verge suggested that LyricFind might have unknowingly used Genius lyrics.

Google claims it has nothing to do with the alleged theft. Therefore, if in the future this problem persists, the company will again point to partners that provide data for search results, according to the publication.

On June 17, 2019, Genius accused Google of stealing lyrics and announced a decrease in traffic after the search engine began to publish their lyrics in search results.

About This...

This site is like a chain of help (6 handshakes).
I really hope that people will feel and help in the realization of 4 dreams.

Then this site will go to the next user, who will be selected at random,
among all those who decide to donate.

©2019 WorldDonat. People for People. All Rights Reserved.