I agree, AC - Google's suggestion box is not "the internet", as much as some people might claim that it's all just algorithms which are perfectly and spontaneously in metaphysical tune with the natural state of the universe.
What it is, is a Google Prism on the internet, constantly altered and adjusted in various ways for various Google-centric purposes. With the latter in mind, it is perfectly reasonable for the judge to reason that Google can also alter it to conform with local defamation law, and perfectly reasonable to expect it to do so.
Which implies that changing the suggestion box is not the same as "censoring the internet". That's just being hysterical.
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