Google Blasts Privacy Lawsuit From Former F1 Head

Law360, New York (September 5, 2013, 6:51 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. on Wednesday warned that court efforts to impose automatic filters on its search results could amount to a “censorship machine,” blasting a privacy lawsuit brought by scandal-prone ex-Formula One head Max Mosley.

European law says platforms like Google should not be forced to become “Internet police” who monitor all content, Google said in a blog post made in response to lawsuits Mosley filed in France.

“We sympathize with Mr. Mosley, and with anyone who believes their rights have been violated,” said Daphne Keller, Google’s...
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