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Google ordered to pay Australian politician over defamatory YouTube videos

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An Australian court has ordered Google to pay a former lawmaker John Barilaro $515,000 for its failure to take down a YouTuber’s “defamatory campaign” which drove him out of politics. The court found that Google had profited from two videos that defamed the former New South Wales deputy premier, making baseless claims of corruption as well as racial slurs against his Italian heritage.