Video Reveals More Than Google Privacy Conviction

The BBC reports that an Italian court has convicted Google executives for a video showing an autistic teenager being bullied. A video accompanying the post provides a statement from a Google spokesperson, who says Google plans to appeal the ruling. The verdict will have ramifications for content providers worldwide.

Google was accused of breaking Italian privacy law by not getting the consent of all the parties involved before allowing it to go online on YouTube, shortly after it bought the site in 2006.
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