A ruling against Canadian Google could impact free speech globally

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The Supreme Court of Canada issued an order to Google on Wednesday: stop showing search results for a company accused of fraud, not just in Canada, but throughout the entire world.

The court’s ruling that the Alphabet Inc. search subsidiary “de-index” the company could also invite other courts internationally to issue their own global takedown demands for other sites, which could impact free speech rights.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.