April 17, 2013

Google will pay compensation to Japanese for Search Query

Japanese citizen sued the Internet giant Google a compensation of 3,000 dollars. According to local news agencies, the reason for the lawsuit was a resident of Tokyo because of some invalid query in a search engine, which led to the dismissal of the Japanese.

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The name of the victim has not been disclosed. We only know that when you type his name in the search box automatically suggests relevant links to several crimes.

Because of this, the victim lost his job for a long time and could not get to a new place, as employers after the "penetration" of the applicant in the network did not want to take it to work.

The Japanese company filed for Google to court to pay compensation $13.3 thousand dollars, or 1.3 billion Yen. The court ordered to remove the name of the victim from the query search engines, and also to pay him 300 million yen, which is about 3 thousand dollars.

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