Google execs are convicted in case with Internet-privacy implications

03/2/2010 |

Three Google executives in Italy were convicted of privacy violations for not moving quickly enough to pull down a video that showed a boy with autism being abused. In a case that could have broader implications in Internet privacy, the executives were given six-month suspended sentences and absolved of defamation charges. Google said it will appeal the "astonishing decision."

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