AFP reports a Japan court has ruled Google to alter the search suggestions and fined Google 300,000 yen ($3,100).
The Tokyo District Court ruled that Google has to change the auto-completions for a search on a particular man's name - the name was undisclosed - because Google provided suggestions that the man committed criminal acts. In addition, Google was ordered to pay the man $3,100 for the mental anguish the search suggestion caused him.
What is interesting is that since Google does not operate the search results from within Japan, Google technically does not and historically has not [...]
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