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After years on the blacklist of “piracy related” search terms, BitTorrent is searchable on Google. Users will now see the company’s name (as well as the uTorrent client) in auto-complete, and the results will finally point to the website — a big win for BitTorrent in its quest to divorce itself from piracy. The inclusion also has given the company a noticeable traffic bump. But Google’s filter is a fickle one, so it’s unlikely that many other sites will be removed from the blacklist anytime soon.

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Story posted at: torrentfreak.com

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