Genius is perhaps one of the most popular songwriting sites but says Google is stealing more traffic than the search giant literature functionality. told Wall Street Journal that Google uses text directly from Genius.com. The website also reports Google about violations in 2017 and again in April.
"Over the past two years, we've been showing Google irrefutable proofs over and over again that they show text copied by Genius," a website representative.
This "irrefutable proof" is embedded in the text, as Genius uses a specific pattern of straight and curly apostrophes in them. When converted to morse code, the red hands. He claims to have found over 100 examples of stolen texts through this method.
Google told Wall Street Journal that the lyrics were licensed by partners and not created by Mountain View. Later, the company added that it is investigating the matter and will end deals with partners who "do not support good practices". team. Whatever the case, it looks like Google takes a while to investigate the allegations. What are you doing with these statements? Tell us in the comments!