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Jordan Wirsz sued alleged pseudonymous defamer "Richard" -- but the final default judgment also called for deindexing of Arizona government documents imposing sanctions on Wirsz.

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The "right to be forgotten" comes to Houston -- but gets slapped down after a local TV station challenges it.

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Michael Arnstein "used counterfeit court orders to get websites containing unfavorable postings about his company de-indexed from Google search results."

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Someone asked Google to hide articles in the New York Times, Time, Breitbart, Huffington Post, and more about Cary Lee Peterson, who founded an ostensibly pro-Sanders super PAC that got almost $50,000 from Daniel Craig and who is now under indictment for securities fraud.

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The attorney general's office says the company "perpetuated a scheme in the guise of ‘reputation management’ through filing lawsuits that they knew to contain false information."

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"The Court orders the case sealed, and that the following related defamatory URL webpages be removed from the internet" -- or does it?

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"Someone appears to be trying to scrub warnings about the church's controversial Narconon program from the internet."

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Kamyar Jahanrakhshan is being prosecuted for allegedly launching denial-of-service attack against caselaw site leagle.com.

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The New York trial court also ordered the tabloid (The Blot) to take down all its past articles about Christopher Brummer, who had been nominated in 2016 for a position on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Brummer’s lawyers had also earlier asked Google to deindex material about Brummer in large part on the grounds that the material included “racial hate speech and slurs.”

This is one of several dozen libel takedown orders that have involved shenanigans of various sort -- and it's the one that first led me to start investigating and writing about this.

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