On October 2, the Santiago Court of Appeals rejected an appeal filed against an internet search engine provider and two other digital media outlets for disseminating and maintaining unauthorized images of a young man who previously died. The ruling stated that the company merely acted "as a search engine for public information" and that "[t]hose who have uploaded the pictures are responsible for the existence of such information available to the public on the internet."

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