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Google says it’s struggling to cope after being asked to censor 250,000 EU webpages

11
Jul
2014

Googles top lawyer has spoken out to try to explain the mess that happened last week, when the search giant censored, and then partially reinstated, links to a number of important news articles. Senior VP and Chief Legal Officer David Drummond now admits that some of the initial censorship decisions were incorrect, specifically in the case of some Guardian newspaper articles that were delisted for a short time. But, as youd probably expect, he also gives Googles side of the story.

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