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

    Google was fined $65,000 earlier this year in France, after refusing to remove autocomplete suggestions that labeled a French insurance company a “crook. In another case, an Argentina court ruled Google must censor anti-Semitic search results.

  2. Google Not Responsible for Policing YouTube Content: French Court

    So says a judgment by a court in France in the case of TF1, France’s largest television network, against YouTube and parent company Google. Stateside, a U.S.second circuit court of appeals panel overturned a judgment in YouTube’s favor in April...

  3. Google’s Rosetta Stone AdWords Woes Continue as Case Reopened

    Though the search giant was found to have abused its dominant position on the French paid search market and were ordered to clarify rules and processes for advertisers, they made clear the new policies would only apply in France.

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

    They say we're not obliged to police the web and we don't want to police the web, so we have brought proceedings against them in France and Germany where the jurisprudence is favourable. We've been saying to Google, you shouldn't do this, this...

  5. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    While the fines in France have their own implications of what Google has to do about policing uploads of video or photography or any form of proprietary media, it is the question of whether people can have historically reported information about...

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 27, 2006: School Upset Over Student Data In Google; Is GBuy GooglePal?; Microsoft adCenter Gets Promoted; New Travel Search Engines; The Matt Cutts Doll & More!

    France has treated Google in the past. France Trademark Appeal Ruling Expected Wednesday France's The International Herald Tribune reports that a Paris appeals court is expected to issue judgment on a trademark violation appeals case this