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WorldGoogle suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released

17:26  05 july  2019
17:26  05 july  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Google has suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand following criticism by the government for publishing suppressed details of a The name of a man accused of the killing has been suppressed by a court but it appeared in Google Trends emails listing top search terms in New

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed disappointment about Google ' s failure to abide by a court order suppressing the name of a man accused "We understand the sensitivity around this issue and we have suspended Google Trends emails about searches trending in New Zealand ," a

Google says it suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand after it breached a murder case suppression order, which prompted condemnation from Wellington.

Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released© ABC NEWS Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released The suspension of the service comes as the tech giant and its peers, such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as governments around the world, wrestle with the question of responsibility for the content published on a select number of sites.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed disappointment about Google's failure to abide by a court order suppressing the name of a man accused of killing 22-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane.

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Google has suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand following criticism by the government for publishing suppressed details of “We understand the sensitivity around this issue and we have suspended Google Trends emails about searches trending in New Zealand ,” a Google

Google says it suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand after it breached a murder case suppression order, which prompted condemnation from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed disappointment about Google ' s failure to abide by a court order suppressing the name of a

The company also made the same breach in the days after news of Ms Millane's death was reported in December 2018.

Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released© ABC NEWS Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released The murder last year shocked New Zealand, where serious crimes are relatively rare.

Ms Millane, who had been travelling in the country after finishing university, was found in a bush area just a few metres from a scenic drive in Auckland's Waitakere Ranges.

The accused's name had been suppressed by a court but it appeared in Google Trends emails listing top search terms in New Zealand.

"We understand the sensitivity around this issue and we have suspended Google Trends emails about searches trending in New Zealand," a Google spokesperson said.

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Google says it suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand after it breached a murder case suppression order, which prompted condemnation from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed disappointment about Google ' s failure to abide by a court order suppressing the name of a

Google has suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand following criticism by the government for publishing suppressed details of a murder case, the company said on Friday. The suspension of the service comes as the Alphabet-owned giant and its peers

The company had earlier written to New Zealand Justice Minister Andrew Little advising him of the decision, after the Minister urged the company not to be "evil" and to "do the right thing" to prevent more breaches.

"Don't be evil" was a company motto.

The company said it respected New Zealand law and understood the sensitivity of the issue.

"This … provides even further assurance against any recurrence," Ross Young, Google's government affairs and public policy manager, said in the letter to Mr Little, whose office released the letter.

Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released
Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released

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