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Conflicting judgments on liability of search engines


In a December 2010/January 2011 briefing in Managing Intellectual Property we made reference to a judgment rendered by the Court of Appeals in Civil Matters, Division D, of August 2010, in relation to the liability of search engines regarding the content of websites published by third parties.

The complaint against Google and Yahoo! Argentina – which was sustained by the first instance judge – was filed by a singer and model based on...


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