Italy convicts 3 Google execs in abuse video case


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5,500 views and 800 comments during the two months it was online meant it should have been noticed sooner

In today's internet, that is nothing. Viral vids get tens of thousands of hits and thousands of comments in a week.

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90% of the net is crap. same amount for youtube.

Freedom? Yes but putting a video bulling an autistic is not freedom. It's stupidity. Even it's not written in the law, it is common sens that it shouldn't be available on youtube. Google doesn't care as long it's legal and generates traffic.

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Ridiculous! Its a video, not a robbery in progress! And consider this: Is it illegal to witness a beating? Do you hold the city the beating happened in responsible for people witnessing the beating? Of course not!

And consider that in two hours, the video shot to the top of the list of entertaining videos! You can't blame Google for their being a lot of sick people in Italy can you?

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