Ars Technica: Company that sought to control Google search results is a no-show in US court

Ars Technica: Company that sought to control Google search results is a no-show in US court. “Earlier this year, a small Vancouver software firm called Equustek earned an extraordinary legal win against Google. The Supreme Court of Canada ordered the search giant to de-index all pages from a former Equustek distributor—not just in Canada, but worldwide. Google’s response to that was to file a lawsuit in US federal court asking a judge to rule that the Canadian order is unenforceable in its home country.”

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