Tag Archives: Google: Legal

Google fighting local battles over global control of its index in Canada, France

Regulators and courts seek to assert authority over global search results rather than limit decisions to their own countries. The post Google fighting local battles over global control of its index in Canada, France appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Top European court to decide if Google needs to purge disputed links from global index

French regulators have argued that the "right to be forgotten" is not fully enforceable unless content is removed worldwide. The post Top European court to decide if Google needs to purge disputed links from global index appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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What to make of the EU’s absurd antitrust ruling against Google

In its concern over Google's market dominance, the EU has focused on the wrong issue. Its ruling won't benefit consumers and isn't going to bring CSE business back. The post What to make of the EU’s absurd antitrust ruling against Google appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Canada’s Supreme Court orders Google to de-index site globally, opening door to censorship

Decision is dangerous to free speech and the free flow of online information. The post Canada’s Supreme Court orders Google to de-index site globally, opening door to censorship appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How the EU fine will ruin Google Shopping for the consumer

What will be the impact of the European Union's recent antitrust fine against Google? Columnist and shopping ads expert Andreas Reiffen weighs in. The post How the EU fine will ruin Google Shopping for the consumer appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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EU sources say $1.17 billion antitrust fine against Google coming in weeks

Shopping search penalty is the first of three potential fines against the company. The post EU sources say $1.17 billion antitrust fine against Google coming in weeks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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EU ready to fine Google billions in shopping search antitrust case [Report]

In one of three active cases, the company faces potential fines of up to $9 billion. The post EU ready to fine Google billions in shopping search antitrust case [Report] appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Two major changes potentially coming to EU’s Right to Be Forgotten with global implications

Authorities in France considering automatic delisting for "sensitive personal data" and forcing global index removal. The post Two major changes potentially coming to EU’s Right to Be Forgotten with global implications appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Advertisers get claim notices for Google’s $22.5M settlement over ads on parked domains

The settlement stems from a case that dates back to 2008 about Google ads showing on error pages and parked domains. The post Advertisers get claim notices for Google’s $22.5M settlement over ads on parked domains appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google receives search warrant for identities of everyone who searched crime victim’s name

If this overly broad warrant were duplicated in other jurisdictions, local law enforcement might use Google as a first stop in their investigations. The post Google receives search warrant for identities of everyone who searched crime victim’s name appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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