An anonymous reader writes: Will Pirate Bay have any business left once Google finishes absorbing the job of finding torrents everywhere? This amusing, non-scientific study of Google's search engine responses types in some movie names and finds the results are dominated by torrent links. Just typing in the movie's name brought up three offers to download the film for free but only one pointer to a legitimate merchant. Putting "Beaches torrent" produces lots of pointers to copies of the old movie. Will Google continue to ignore the revenue available from pointing to the merchants who can afford to buy real ads? Or will it embrace the dark side of the Net and continue to keep it at the top of the indexes? How will Pirate Bay make any money if Google starts giving away the searches for free?