A California judge has ruled against the Kinderstart online portal. The site had charged that Google had violated a slew of laws when it lowered the site's pagerank, the score that determines a site's rank in the search results.
Google's actions, the site alleged, lead to a drop in its site traffic and advertising revenues. The site owner continued to explain that his right to make money was equal to the Freedom of Speech that is guaranteed in the US constitution.
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