cien - 12:00 am on Sep 30, 2010 (gmt 0)
Demaestro, you are missing the point here. You are getting all emotional and not being rational. Google is publishing content nobody (the users who wrote it) authorized to be published. Users used search to find content. Google wrote a program to show internal data, the search suggestions. Google is responsible for any issues arising from those suggestions. There is no blaming the users here for the content. Google took the extra step of developing a program to publish internal data nobody authorized them in the first place to publish. There is a precedent here in the US too. I just can't remember the case. It had to do with the content of a dropdown box on a registration form on some site I think.
I support 100% the Frenchies. We have to be fair. It's like WebmasterWorld publishing, on the right hand side of the page, keywords used to access this site. If some moron searches on Google for "cien likes to play with Barbies" site:webmasterworld.com LOL! guess who would be liable if they don't take it down when requested? The publisher ole WebmasterWorld. I'm sure Google was probably asked to remove the suggestion and Google probably said "I can't hear nothing!". So anyway, Google is the publisher and they should be held liable. You can't be selective on this.
Whether the guy was a child molester or not I don't know. Haven't read or know anything about the case.