RLSlog Pulls Movies & TV Shows, Lets Google Find Them Instead

For years sites like VCDQuality have been providing timely news on which movies and TV shows have leaked onto the Internet. For those researching the piracy phenomenon these databases prove particularly useful, but for the countless thousands viewing these sites looking to download the videos themselves, there is nothing but disappointment. Strict rules ban the posting of links and on some sites even mentioning where something can be obtained is forbidden. But a few years ago and alongside the rise of regular blogging with software such as WordPress, people began posting news on their own blogs detailing which releases had become available. Growing in confidence they later added a crucial element that release news sites had previously omitted – links to the content itself. Founded in 2006, RLSlog.net was one of the pioneers of the ‘release blog’ format. At its inception the site didn’t post any download links but over the years that position changed to the point where it was reported by the RIAA to the U.S. …

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RLSlog Pulls Movies & TV Shows, Lets Google Find Them Instead

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Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 Net News

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