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Argentine judge holds Google and Yahoo liable for posting of third-party content

05.01.2010
An Argentine civil judge held Google and Yahoo liable for content posted by third parties to a Web site, rejecting the companies’ defenses that they were mere intermediaries, therefore not responsible for the actions of the Web site linking the name of the plaintiff to pornographic and female-escort Web sites without her consent.

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