Thursday, June 29, 2017

Google Must Delete Search Results Worldwide

This should be interesting. While most people agree that you should have the "right to be forgotten" on the internet, should one country have the power to MAKE that happen?  This sounds like something for Team America: World Police.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled against Google on Wednesday in a closely-watched intellectual property case over whether judges can apply their own country's laws to all of the Internet. 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.