21 Oct '15, 11am

Google Reviews Japanese Court Order Demanding Removal of Autocomplete Terms by @MirandaM_EComm via

An anonymous plaintiff claims to have lost his job and suffered great humiliation at the hands of Google, which displays more than 10,000 search results “defaming or disparaging” him when a searcher selects one of the autocomplete results on his name. The man’s lawyer, Hiroyuki Tomita, told Japan Times his client “decided to seek a court injunction after learning the autocomplete feature likely played a role in the sudden loss of his job several years ago and caused several companies to subsequently reject him when he applied for new jobs.” Tokyo District Court granted an injunction against the search giant on March 19, though the anonymous man behind the petition won’t have his way quite yet. Google is reviewing the court order, which would force Google's operations based in U.S. to obey the Japanese court of law. The March 19 case is believed to be the first to order the...

Full article: http://searchenginewatch.com/sew/news/2163775/google-defi...

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