It was reported in The Guardian that an Australian appeals court ruled that Google didn’t defame a man for showing images of the man when a search was done for
The appeals court ruled that Google hadn’t defamed the man. The Australian judges held that Google couldn’t be held to be publisher of the allegedly defamatory material. Not only that, according to The Guardian, it was found that the material on which Milorad Trkulja sued wasn’t capable of conveying any defamatory meanings.
It was added by the court that for a search engine to produce reduce that cold defame somebody was “acute.”