Daphne Keller

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Don’t Force Google to Export Other Countries’ Laws

On Tuesday, in a courtroom in Luxembourg, the Court of Justice of the European Union is to consider whether Google must enforce the “right to be forgotten” — which requires search engines to erase search results based on European law — everywhere in the world.

Unfortunately, the chances are pretty good that Google will lose — that the court will order the company to make certain information harder to find. For example, if you are in the United States and you use Google to search for a New York Times article that has been removed from European versions of the search engine, that article will no longer appear in your results.…  Seguir leyendo »

Puede que el destino político de Theresa May, la primera ministra del Reino Unido, esté en declive, pero la presión que ejerce para que las empresas de internet vigilen lo que dicen sus usuarios sigue más vigente que nunca. A consecuencia de los recientes ataques en Londres, May calificó a plataformas como Google y Facebook de ser un caldo de cultivo para el terrorismo.

Exigió a esas compañías la creación de herramientas para identificar y eliminar el contenido extremista. Los líderes de los países del G7 sugirieron lo mismo hace poco. Alemania quiere imponer una multa de hasta 50 millones de euros si no eliminan contenido ilegal con rapidez.…  Seguir leyendo »

It’s been a rough few months for Google in Europe. Not only has the European Union hit the company with a second antitrust investigation, but — in a move that has received less press, but could have wider consequences — French regulators have pushed it to restrict search results all over the world to comply with their “right to be forgotten” privacy laws.

That’s a problem for a company whose business model is built on search. But it may be an even bigger problem for Internet users. If a European government can control what people all over the world get to see on the Internet, why can’t every other country do the same?…  Seguir leyendo »