I have seen many people, here and other places, skirt laws against linking to piracy sites by linking to crafted google searches in a way where the user of the link pretty much knows what they need to be clicking on. At what point does this cross the line? Is linking to a google search containing the URL too far? I'm assuming it is as it contains the link. What of linking to a google search that results in the desired url being the first result? What about the only result? What about being in the first few results? First page? How about just telling people what to search? Whats the difference to linking the search and telling the person what to search? Where is the line? As this is such a gray area and you are not truly linking to anything but google, can you really draw a picture where this is a bad work around? Where is the line? Cant help but to feel like this ends up as a Socrates Paradox. When does linking to google become linking to piracy, furthermore when does banning of linking to google just become outright oppression and censorship?