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Company Overview of Google India Private Limited
Google India Private Limited operates as an online search engine. The company provides access to online information. It also serves as a platform for users to use as vehicles for social networking, video engagement, mailing and blogging. It also engages in marketing and selling advertisement space and rendering information technology (IT) and information technology enabled services (ITES). The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Bengaluru, India. Google India Private Limited operates as a subsidiary of Google Inc.
No. 3, RMZ Infinity - Tower E
Old Madras Road
3rd, 4th, and 5th Floors
Bengaluru, 560 016
Founded in 2003
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Google India Private Limited Presents at The 5th Annual Edition of The Information Technology Legal Summit 2017, Jun-16-2017 04:30 PM
Jun 9 17
Google India Private Limited Presents at The 5th Annual Edition of The Information Technology Legal Summit 2017, Jun-16-2017 04:30 PM. Venue: Le Meridien, Bengaluru, India. Speakers: Sheetal Kapoor, Regional Counsel (West Asia).
Gujarat High Court Rule It Cannot Restrain Any Website or Internet Search Engine Google from Posting Any of its Orders Online
Jan 21 17
Gujarat high court has ruled that it cannot restrain any website or Google from posting any of its orders online. Justice RM Chhaya turned down a petition filed by one Dharmraj Dave, who had urged the court to direct a law portal and tech-giant Google to delete an HC judgment from internet because such a public exhibition of the order might jeopardize his chances of migrating to Australia. According to case details, Dave was charged for murder and criminal conspiracy in 2001 in Jamnagar. A sessions court acquitted him of all charges in 2004, but the state government challenged his acquittal. In 2007, the high court confirmed his acquittal .But while he was preparing to migrate to Australia, a law portal posted Dave's acquittal order and it could be reached through Google. Offended with this display of the order on internet, Dave requested the portal and Google India Pvt Ltd. to remove the link and delete the data. When he did not get positive response, he approached the HC and complained that the \x93overzealous act\x93 of the portal to post the order online was nothing but \x93indisciplined and without any authority and it has adversely affected the personal and professional life of the petitioner\x93. He argued that posting court orders online is the exclusive domain of court registrar, and the portal as well as Goggle have \x93no authority to publicly exhibit such orders\x93. While the law portal did not participate in the proceedings, Google's advocate argued that the search engine was in no way connected with publication of the order on the internet and it was not in a position, both as legal and a technical matter, to comply with any of the orders. After discussing in details on who can be given copy of court orders, the HC dismissed Dave's petition by saying that he could not point out any legal provision by which the HC can restrain anybody from publishing court orders on websites. The HC, however, permitted Dave \x93to take any other recourse, if available, in law\x93.
Google Appoints Shaun Stewart as Director for its Self-Driving Car Project
Aug 27 16
Google has appointed Shaun Stewart as director for its self-driving car project. In his new role, Stewart will help for the commercialization of Google's self-driving technology, which has been in development for more than seven years and has seen an increased pace of activity over the last 12 months. Prior to this appointment, Stewart worked for Airbnb as its global head of vacation rentals. He has also worked with Jetsetter and New York University.
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