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27.05.2013

Social Media Today on Google’s malware detection: ‘how is their warning not libelous?’

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Filed under: business, internet, publishing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 09.57

3 Responses to ‘Social Media Today on Google’s malware detection: ‘how is their warning not libelous?’’

  1. […] with the claim that there was malware on the system, I knew something was fishy.    Like Google’s false malware accusations—so serious that people have lost websites over them—I knew to take this one with a massive […]

  2. […] Google, perhaps like Facebook, does not seem interested in dealing with fakes at all. In fact, it’s quite happy to shut them down and accuse them of malware.    It reinforces my point that we need alternatives right now to save the internet from […]

  3. […] completely in line with my own experience with the two firms. Google, long-time readers may recall, libelled our websites for a week in 2013 by claiming they had malware. It was alleged that there were only two people overseeing the malware warnings, something which […]

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