A GROUP of UK Parliament ministers will take on Google over its apparent slow response in removing links to controversial content.
The news comes from the Guardian newspaper, which says that a parliamentary committee that has the backing of Prime Minister David Cameron will push the firm on its slow response to requests to take down controversial content.
The group will focus not only on the search firm, but it does sound like it will get the biggest share of the criticism.
Content like the infamous Max Mosley video, which showed a man indulging in a top shelf hobby and caused some embarrassment, has lead to this, reports the Guardian. Other events, such as the Twitter gagging spree, have also helped fuel the MP's campaign.
Some hearings have already held earlier this year in January, and there Google was criticised over its slow response and its takedown system in general.
At that time Google's counsel admitted that it is difficult to track down material once it has hit the internet, adding that it might be be a "good idea" to track down multiple copies.
We have asked Google to comment on the report, but it has not yet responded. µ
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