Judge Rules Canada Can’t Make Google Delete Search Results in U.S. 

A federal judge ruled Canada’s courts can’t compel Google to censor particular search results inside the U.S. The decision marks a significant win for the search giant in its effort to prevent any one country from dictating what can be posted or searched online around the world.

Source: Judge Rules Canada Can’t Make Google Delete Search Results in U.S. – WSJ

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