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Court says Canada can't force Google to change US search results

Monday 6 November 2017 | 11:31 CET | News
A US federal judge has ruled that Canada's supreme court cannot force Google to remove search results in the US, reports the Wall Street Journal. The ruling by a US district judge in San Jose, California, is described as the first time a US court has weighed in on the issue of who gets to police the internet after Canada's supreme court this summer ruled that the country's courts can order Google to remove search results all over the world on the grounds that "the internet has no borders". US district judge Edward J. Davila ruled that the Canadian order violated a federal law giving internet

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google
Countries: Canada / United States
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