Case Law: Rana v Google Australia – Google continues to resist claims for publication – Gervase de Wilde

13 03 2013

Google AustraliaGoogle has for the most part successfully fought off attempts to make it liable for third party publications, or search results. But, given the company’s enormous power and influence over the online world, it is unsurprising that claims against it and its subsidiaries continue to be brought. In Rana v Google Australia Pty Ltd ([2013] FCA 60), an Australian court considered whether such a claim could be made, or served on the American parent company. Read the rest of this entry »