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Google: censorship is not up to us


The search engine says that companies should not be expected to police the web

Internet companies such as Google should not be responsible for censoring content, one of the web's founding fathers has said.

Vint Cerf, who is credited with inventing one of the internet's key protocols and now holds the position of chief internet evangelist at Google, said companies should comply with existing laws and take down illegal content when requested to do so, but should not actively seek out breaches.

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