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In a 7-2 decision, the court agreed a British Columbia judge had the power to issue an injunction forcing Google to scrub search results about pirated products not just in Canada, but everywhere else in the world too.Canadian Court Rules Google Must Delete Pirated Products in SERPs Worldwide [fortune.com]
it should not be up to rulings and laws in another country to determine what appears in the SERPS elsewhere, out of its jurisdiction.
what if China decides they want to censor political dissent Google worldwide, or Iran rules to censor gay rights sites worldwide,
Thankfully, this is not a (corrupt) UN matter.
It refers to reciprocal treaties between the democratic, politically civilized countries.
Crime is not covered under Free Speech protection, neither should it be.
Well, that's not what I was saying, but it's true nevertheless.
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