Thursday, June 29, 2017



Canada's top court rules that Google can be compelled by lower courts to remove search results worldwide, causing concern among civil liberties groups



A country has the right to prevent the world’s Internet users from accessing information, Canada’s highest court ruled on Wednesday.

In a decision that has troubling implications for free expression online, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a company’s effort to force Google to de-list entire domains and websites from its search index, effectively making them invisible to everyone using Google’s search engine

 

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