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Online criticism; alleged Hezbollah ties; "six [legal] actions on two continents"; and a judge's suggestion of sanctions for an unwarranted emergency injunction request.

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A Nevada court ordered search engines to deindex certain allegedly libelous material, sealed the case and ordered the search engines not to reveal the contents of the order.

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Solvera Group, lawyers Mark W. Lapham and Owen T. Mascott, and others are accused of "fil[ing] sham lawsuits ... against a defendant who ... was not the party that published the allegedly defamatory statements."

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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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