Australian Judge Orders Google to Pay in Defamation Case

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A judge in Australia ordered Google to pay $208,000 ($200,000 in Australian dollars) to a man who accused the company of defaming him with search results that associated him with crime organizations. The man, 62-year-old Milorad Trkulja, first confronted Google in 2009, five years after he was shot at a restaurant in an unsolved crime.

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