World from Berlin A 'Clear Defeat' for Google

A German high court has ruled that Google must remove automatically suggested search terms if they violate a person's privacy. Editorialists at the country's national newspapers see a defeat for the Internet giant and a victory for privacy law.
A sign at a Google office in the United States: "The court is now establishing the principle of responsibility on the Internet."

A sign at a Google office in the United States: "The court is now establishing the principle of responsibility on the Internet."

? Andrew Kelly / Reuters/ REUTERS
-- Daryl Lindsey