Google’s Search Results Considered Free Speech

Over the years a number of companies have challenged how Google orders its search results. A recent decision out of the San Francisco Superior Court upheld Google’s right to order search results as it chooses, agreeing with Google that their actions are protected by the First Amendment. The decision stems from an allegation that the way Google chooses to order its results violates antitrust laws. For more, see http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/11/court-agrees-that-googles-search-results-qualify-as-free-speech/.

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