• nickdavison

    For one I agree with Google, This could set a dangerous precedent for censorship where those with the money to hire top lawyers are able to whitewash their wrongs. If Mosley did not want videos of him having sex dressed as a Nazi posted on the internet, then maybe Not having sex dressed as a Nazi whilst being filmed would have been a good idea. If he wants the videos taken down then he should approach those hosting the material.

    Why should Google be forced to develop a filter for his benefit at their own expense? And if they do have to, then where does this stop? Can businesses then apply to have negative but honest feedback filtered?