Today, the High Court of Australia decided that Google must go to trial to determine whether Google is liable for defamation regarding its display of search engine results and also in respect of Google's autocomplete function.
See KWM article Google this: The High Court allows Google to be sued for defamation
See Sydney Morning Herald article
See HCA judgment Trkulja v Google LLC  HCA 25
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