the world in terms of hate crime legislation in the last quarter century. Some media groups, publishers, copyright organizations, and civil liberties groups are worried about the precedent it sets. But the dmca began when Google did, and as a US-based company, it has long followed that law. If youre not, you dont. Sapiens 187, k -37.
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" - Voltaire Freedom Fan ( talk ) 02:34, 18 February 2008 (UTC) Publication bans? Preceding unsigned comment added by ( talk ) 16:39, (UTC) The paragraph that asserts that people can be disciplined by their employers for writing to newspapers is overly broad, and probably factually wrong as it's current written. If a film contravenes the criminal code, then police would have to prosecute, not the board. The problem went away for Google in part because since China intercepts search traffic for all of its country, it could block people from reaching m, especially if it detected them doing searches for censored content. But Google also made sure anyone could get uncensored results if they went. E.g., while technically accurate, the use of "citizen" is inapt in phrases such as ". A classic example is in Germany, where it is not allowed to list Nazi-related sites. I've been trying to puzzle that out. . That just puts the group on equal standing with non-recognized student groups and individuals. Deet 01:48, 14 September 2007 (UTC) Technically incorrect edit I don't think that the Canadian ratings are necessarily more lenient.
Potentially, it could appeal and face fines while that process happens. Why explicitly mention these institutions and not others? This is where Google would look at someones IP address its like their internet telephone number and determine if they were within a particular country.