Argentine court to Google: Stop links to anti-Semitic sites

May 18, 2011 11:13


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DAIA, the Argentinian Jewish umbrella organization, won an injunction against Google on Tuesday after the search engine "suggested" that users visit anti-Semitic sites, including some denying the Holocaust.

A Buenos Aires judge ruled that Google remove suggested links to websites that incite to violence or propagate racist and anti-Semitic libels, which are illegal under Argentinean law.

DAIA's complaint listed 76 such sites.

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