30 Dec '16, 5pm

Paradigm shift: Has Google suspended defamation removals?

In a completely opposite direction last year, Google announced that they would accept removal requests for revenge porn — without even a court order being required. However, a number of porn revenge victims I’ve assisted had instances of defamatory written statements on various web pages in addition to images and videos published to harm them. So, ironically, Google’s current policy shift will make it so that these victims can theoretically get their images taken out of search with just a note to Google, while related defamatory written content might not be removed, even with a court order.

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/paradigm-shift-google-suspend...

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