In the wake of a Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday that ruled Google had illegally censored speech online, Google has said it will begin rolling out free online courses for golf courses and golf clubs in the United States.
The company said it had received more than 300,000 responses to its “Get Golf” feature for courses in Australia, and that it planned to expand the feature to all golf courses in 2018.
The Australian Government said in a statement that the decision would ensure that Australians had access to golf courses of the highest quality and value for money.
“It is our hope that these free online golf courses will provide valuable services for Australians to access for fun and enjoyment,” the statement said.
“The Australian government is committed to ensuring that the cost of providing a golf course is fair, reasonable and affordable for the community and for those who want to take it on.”
With these courses, we will make sure we ensure that we provide an enjoyable experience for all golfers, and we will ensure that golfers get the opportunities to learn, practise and compete in the game they love.
“Golfers in the U.S. have long complained about Google’s censorship of their online content.
In July, Google said it would start removing links to content related to a Google search that could be deemed “hostile to our community”.”
We encourage our users to contact us if they find material that violates our Community Guidelines.””
This includes links to material that may be offensive to a broad range of people, including individuals who may be vulnerable to hate speech.”
We encourage our users to contact us if they find material that violates our Community Guidelines.