Google Inc. should do more to fight online piracy, says the American sound recording industry. Executives from music industry trade groups in the United States, the Recording Industry Association of America and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, have asked Google to help them track down pirated content more efficiently. CNET reported this month that Google said will give the music industry access to its search results at a cost of $5 US per 1,000 search listings to cover the costs associated with providing the information. "As always, Google honors valid legal removal requests," a Google representative told CNET by email. "We don't charge for removals and have no plans to. We have a great relationship with the music industry and have worked consistently with them to advance their interests through services like YouTube ContentID, our music search feature, and our developer tools."