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To Matt Britten, President of EMEA Business and Operations, Google

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Fix Google’s search tool to protect the anonymity of victims of crime.

Why is this important?

Google has been caught breaking the law and putting the safety of crime victims at risk. By law, the names and personal details of survivors of rape should be kept anonymous - but Google’s search tool is auto-filling their personal information so anyone can see it. It’s shocking, and it’s unsafe.

Google is one of the richest companies in the world, with the best technology and some of the smartest brains. They have everything they need to follow the law, keep people safe and fix this problem. But they haven’t.The thing that’s missing is huge public pressure on them to act now.

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