Google has failed to deliver on promises to tackle illegal file-sharing, according to an organisation which represents music labels around the world.
The IFPI said guarantees Google had made about copyright infringement 12 months ago "remained unfulfilled".
It conceded that the search engine had made "modest steps", but alleged it was profiting from piracy.
In response, Google declined to comment on what it called a "press stunt".'Piracy' claims
In the report, the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) accused Google of making money from "sites and applications that engage in piracy".
It said, as the world's biggest search engine, it had a "special responsibility" to protect copyrighted music.
BBC - Newsbeat - Record labels criticise Google over illegal downloads