L1B3L5 karma2016-03-28 18:56:09 UTC
A few days ago Google was fined by $112,000 by French privacy regulators for failing to take down a link from its global domain, google.com. I find it disturbing that a French court is imposing censorship extraterritorially, regardless of its merits.
Do you think countries should be able to restrict access to information outside their borders? And what role, if any, do you think the American government should play in assisting Google?
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