Argentine Supreme Court rules on search engine liability

By Andrés O’Farrell and Gustavo Giay

The Supreme Court has ended years of discussion on search engine liability for third-party content by finding that a fault-based standard should be applied in all such cases

In the absence of specific legislation, Argentina is grappling with the complex issue of internet intermediary liability with regard to tort claims involving third-party generated content. In an important and much-anticipated ruling, the Supreme Court has decided for the first time on the standard for ascribing search engine liability.

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