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Google Whipped by Censorship Ruling in Max Mosley S&M Case

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Former Formula One racing president Max Mosley beat Google in a French court which ruled Google must police certain S&M images of Mosley from showing up in the search results for a period of five years. Google said the ruling prohibits freedom of expression. Former Formula One racing president Max Mosley beat Google in a French court which ruled Google must police certain S&M images of Mosley from showing up in the search results for a period of five years. Google said the ruling prohibits freedom of expression. 0 Comments

Google Reviews Japanese Court Order Demanding Removal of Autocomplete Terms

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A plaintiff claims to have lost his job and suffered great humiliation at the hands of Google, which displays more than 10,000 search results “defaming or disparaging” him. Tokyo District Court granted an injunction; Google is reviewing the order. A plaintiff claims to have lost his job and suffered great humiliation at the hands of Google, which displays more than 10,000 search results “defaming or disparaging” him. Tokyo District Court granted an injunction; Google is reviewing the order. 0 Comments

Google Won't Erase Links to Max Mosley Hooker Orgy Stories, So He Sues

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Max Mosley, former Formula One chief, son of fascist leader Oswald Mosley, and notable old rich guy, is suing Google. He hopes to have the web scrubbed of references to his videotaped hooker orgy, which had nothing to do whatsoever with Nazis. Max Mosley, former Formula One chief, son of fascist leader Oswald Mosley, and notable old rich guy, is suing Google. He hopes to have the web scrubbed of references to his videotaped hooker orgy, which had nothing to do whatsoever with Nazis. 0 Comments

Google Vs. Le Meridien Revisited

Google's loss in a French court case does not completely forbid bidding on trademark terms, and it highlights how bidding suggestion tools can make search engines more liable in such cases. Google's loss in a French court case does not completely forbid bidding on trademark terms, and it highlights how bidding suggestion tools can make search engines more liable in such cases. 0 Comments

Google Faces Fight Over Ads & Trademarks In France

Days after Google was fined by a French court for selling ads linked to the terms claimed as trademarks, news emerged that Louis Vuitton launched its own trademark-related action against Google. A look at some of the complicated issues involved. Days after Google was fined by a French court for selling ads linked to the terms claimed as trademarks, news emerged that Louis Vuitton launched its own trademark-related action against Google. A look at some of the complicated issues involved. 0 Comments