Google has suffered what could be its worst legal defeat since Europe's top court ordered takedowns as part of an individual's "right to be forgotten." On Thursday, a Canadian appeals court upheld injunctions mandating that Google remove certain pirate sites from its search engine on a worldwide basis.
The ruling will certainly be cheered by the entertainment industry, which has given Google's links ample attention over the years, but struggled through the failure of the Stop Online Piracy Act. Attempting to get state attorney generals throughout the U.S. to crack down on Google hasn't bore much fruit either.
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