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Court: Google does not censor search results criminal
The Amsterdam Court ruled that Google search results do not have to censor for a convicted criminal. A lower court ruled that even though, but sentenced to six years of Mr. Arthur appealed.
google The Court therefore rejects the appeal that Mr. Van instituted . That Google references to the case to be found against him, according to the Court entirely due to his own actions. Moreover, there is no evidence that Google has tried to harm M. Van by manipulating the results, said the Court.
The up to six years in prison convicted felon Arthur M, who was found guilty of attempted incitement assassin, wanted to include links to Google would remove a program about Peter R. de Vries. Google should remove search results in certain cases when people ask for it, the European Court of Justice ruled a year ago. The company now has a tool that allows people to apply for links they want to see removed, as for example, be hurtful. That even if the linked pages created can pass muster.
Although Van M. is not mentioned by his full name, appeared “Peter R. de Vries as autocomplete suggestion by entering its name. Also, it was news and a link to a book on the issue. Google removed some of the links on request from M, but not all: include the reference to the page of the book on Amazon stopped. Then he began a lawsuit. M. can still appeal.Viewing:-171
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