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 February 11, 2016  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, Youth & Schools

John Turk reports:

An Oakland County man is suing Internet giants YouTube and Google after YouTube refused to remove disparaging videos posted by his daughter, who is part of a group many call a cult, attorneys said in a recent filing.

Rochester resident Rick Frazier filed against the video company — which is owned by Google — on Monday, Feb. 8, in Oakland County Circuit Court for more than $25,000 in damages. His complaint also asked the Oakland court to order YouTube to remove the videos.

Read more on The Oakland Press.

  One Response to “Man suing Google, YouTube after his daughter posts nasty videos”

  1. “we do not remove content due to allegations of defamation,” the video service’s legal team wrote”.

    The dad went about this all wrong. All he had to do was file some bogus DMCA and google would have taken it down lickity-split w/o question.

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