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  1. Google Reviews Japanese Court Order Demanding Removal of Autocomplete Terms

    The man’s lawyer, Hiroyuki Tomita, told Japan Times his client “decided to seek a court injunction after learning the autocomplete feature likely played a role in the sudden loss of his job several years ago and caused several companies to...

  2. Google's ITA Deal Clears Final Hurdle

    In response, a number of concerned competitors requested an injunction from the Department of Justice. Google's ITA acquisition is officially in the clear; a federal court ruling approved the consent agreement between Google and the Department of...

  3. Google’s Legal Woes: U.S. Government, Motorola, AT&T ... Al Franken?

    They won an injunction temporarily preventing the DOI from awarding the contract to Microsoft after alleging the agency’s approach was “unduly restrictive of competition. A number of updates on Google legal and antitrust woes cropped up this week...

  4. Court: Google Image Search Didn’t ‘Irreparably Harm’ Perfect 10’s Porn Business

    While being forced into bankruptcy qualifies as a form of irreparable harm, Perfect 10 has not established that the requested injunction would forestall that fate," wrote Judge Sandra Ikuta. Perfect 10 Photo Site Wins Injunction Against Google...

  5. Argentina Court: Google Must Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Suggestions

    Until Google receives a copy of the injunction, Google’s search results and the 13 search suggestions in question (some of which lead to holocaust denier type sites) won’t be censored, a Google spokesperson told CNN.

  6. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - May 13, 2011

    Twitter has biggest ever day of online traffic after super injunction revelations - Experian Hitwise Industry Facebook Busted in Clumsy Smear on Google - The Daily Beast Online Seller Who Bullied Customers Pleads Guilty - The New York Times

  7. A Busy Week Already For Twitter - Fighting the Good Fight

    This week a story about the tabling of a UK Parliament question about a company dumping toxic waste was banned by an injunction. The (UK) Guardian was banned from reporting the contents of a parliamentary question relating to the toxic dumping...