30 Jun '17, 5am

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The Canadian Supreme Court has ordered Google to de-index an e-commerce site globally . This sets a disastrous precedent that opens the door for other governments (and private parties) across the globe to try to control or censor Google’s search results. The case was Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions. The plaintiff, a small tech company in British Columbia, sued its former distributor, which was selling allegedly counterfeit versions of its products online. An initial injunction against the defendant failed to stop the behavior. The present case against Google went up on appeal, and the Supreme Court granted a worldwide injunction against Google: In this case, the balance of convenience favoured granting an injunction. The Court of Appeal agreed that the court held jurisdiction over Google with respect to the injunction application. It also concluded that it was permissibl...

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