Google changes enable ‘per country’ blog takedowns

Source: BBC News

Blogger sites can now be blocked on a “per country” basis after a change to its web address system.

Google will now be able to block access in individual countries following a legal removal request.

The new system means blocking will not require restricting world-wide access to a blog.

The changes apply in Australia, New Zealand and India, but the BBC understands Google plans to roll it out globally.

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