Argentine judge: Google, Yahoo must censor searches

If an Argentine sports fan tried searching Yahoo Argentina for one of his country’s most beloved athletes–soccer star Diego Maradona–these days, he’d be out of luck.Both Yahoo and Google are locked in a legal battle with dozens of fashion models and other public figures like Maradona over whether the Internet companies should have to censor search results relating to those persons’ names.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-10094597-38.htmlMaradona rubbed from Yahoo! web by Argentinian judge
Following a judge’s temporary restraining order, Yahoo! Argentina has blocked all web searches for the country’s most famous son: notorious football cheat Diego Maradona.Maradona is known the world over for his, shall we say, sleight of hand in the 1986 World Cup quarterfinal between England and Argentina. And he now manages the Argentines. But if you key his name into Yahoo!’s Argentina-based search engine, you get nothing but news results:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/11/13/yahoo_and_maradona/

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