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 April 7, 2022  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Molly Quell reports:

If someone asks for links to be removed from Google because they are false, the company must look into the claim, said an adviser to the European Court of Justice in a non-binding opinion issued Thursday.

Advocate General Giovanni Pitruzzella found that, when Google is asked to remove something from its search results, it is responsible for fact-checking the results. The underlying case arose in Germany and involves two financial service providers accused of malfeasance by a purported extortion blog.

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