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Google back in court arguing against a global ‘right to be forgotten’ – TechCrunch

Google’s lawyers are in Europe’s top court today arguing against applying the region’s so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling globally domains, rather only geo-limiting delistings to European sub-domains (as it does now). The original rtbf ruling was also a European Court of Justice (ECJ)...

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Facebook labeled part of the Declaration of Independence as ‘hate speech’

The Founding Fathers, creating Facebook content.Image: Universal History Archive/Getty ImagesBy Keith Wagstaff2018-07-05 23:49:44 UTC When Facebook removed a piece of "hate speech"  from its platform, it raised quite a few eyebrows. The reason? It was part of the Declaration of Independence.  A Texas newspaper, The Liberty...

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Wikipedia goes dark in Spanish, Italian ahead of key EU vote on copyright – TechCrunch

Wikipedia’s Italian and Spanish language versions have temporarily shut off access to their respective versions of the free online encyclopedia in Europe to protest against controversial components of a copyright reform package ahead of a key vote in the EU parliament tomorrow. The protest follows a...

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Vietnam’s new cyber security law draws concern for restricting free speech – TechCrunch

Big tech firms including Google, Facebook and Twitter have expressed major concern after Vietnam’s government passed a law that promises to introduce tighter restrictions on free speech online. The new regulation passed this week strengthens the government’s position on censoring the internet, drawing Amnesty International to...

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