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I think this is wrong; Google is a search engine and if it produces results you are not happy with, then the issue is with the website owner/administrator, not Google, much in the same way that my internet provider blocks torrent sites. There are many legitimate torrents and the issue is with that site; the job of my internet provider is to give me what I pay for- access to the internet. If I use that access illegally, the issue is with me and/or the site that hosts the illegal content.

I take the view this is the ruling elite controlling a free internet and we are on a slippery slope to censorship.

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GoogleThis is the message that now regularly greets those using Google to search for information on named individuals. It relates, of course, to the CJEU’s troublesome Google Spain judgment of 13 May 2014.

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Written by Smiling Carcass

20/07/2014 at 10:49 PM

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