Movie studios keep asking Google to remove pirated content on their own computers

Google search results sometimes include a tiny message at the bottom that some sites have been removed for sharing pirated content.

Those requests come from movie studios and other content rights holders who manually submit links to be taken down.

What’s pretty hilarious is movie studios have been submitting takedown requests that include links to pirated content stored on their own desktop computers.

Here’s Universal Pictures France asking Google to take down files for Jurassic World hosted at ‘http://127.0.0.1′ — which is the system’s ‘localhost’ address — where a BitTorrent client appears to be running.