Argentine Court to Google 'Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Halt Suggestions'

An Argentine court has ordered Google must stop "suggesting" searches that lead users to anti-Semitic websites and scrub its search engine's results pages of 76 "highly discriminatory" sites now that a judge has granted a request by Jewish community organization DAIA in Argentina. The court order would also prevent Google from running advertising on these […]

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An Argentine court has ordered Google must stop "suggesting" searches that lead users to anti-Semitic websites and scrub its search engine's results pages of 76 "highly discriminatory" sites now that a judge has granted a request by Jewish community organization DAIA in Argentina. The court order would also prevent Google from running advertising on these sites.

The company has reportedly said it won't take action until getting the official order from the Buenos Aires court.

The injunction, which represents censorship of search results, stems from a lawsuit by Delegaci

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