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Google Sued by Germany’s Former First Lady for Prostitution-Related Search Suggestions

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Germany’s Bettina Wulff is taking Google to court over suggestions she is a prostitute in Google autocomplete results. Google can remove piracy autocomplete suggestions; should victims of defamation have the same protection? Germany’s Bettina Wulff is taking Google to court over suggestions she is a prostitute in Google autocomplete results. Google can remove piracy autocomplete suggestions; should victims of defamation have the same protection? 0 Comments

Linking Is Not Libel (This Time), Supreme Court of Canada Rules

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Hyperlinking does not constitute libel in Canada, at least not in the Supreme Court case of Crookes v. Newton. But does this mean a blogger or other online publisher cannot be sued for linking to defamatory content? Not necessarily. Hyperlinking does not constitute libel in Canada, at least not in the Supreme Court case of Crookes v. Newton. But does this mean a blogger or other online publisher cannot be sued for linking to defamatory content? Not necessarily. 0 Comments