Editing Google’s search results would damage free speech, judge rules

A San Francisco court declared that Google can arrange its search results however it likes, in stark contrast to the decision of European regulators.Judge Ernest Goldsmith of the superior court of California in San Francisco declared that Google’s search results are protected under free speech laws in the US, dismissing a lawsuit that claimed Google biased its results to exclude the CoastNews website run by Louis Martin.

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