Mar 282012
 March 28, 2012  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Warwick Ashford reports:

Google and Twitter have rejected calls by a UK parliamentary committee to introduce measures to stop users breaking privacy injunctions, saying it would be impossible to censor content effectively.

The cross-party select committee of MPs and peers said in a report that the government should consider introducing legislation that would force Google to censor its search results to block material that a court has found to be in breach of someone’s privacy.

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