12.09.2012 [TG Daily] - Google's been sued in the past over Autocomplete results that are libellous - indeed, there's a case currently progressing through the German courts, brought by Bettina Wulff, the wife of Germany's former president, Christian Wulff. Apparently
12.09.2012 [TechNewsWorld] - German Ex-First Lady Sues Google. Bettina Wulff, the wife of former German president Christian Wulff, has filed a lawsuit against Google because of unsavory autocomplete results, according to Deutsche Welle. There have long been rumors that Wulff, 38
11.09.2012 [Times of India] - WASHINGTON: Bettina Wulff, the wife of the former German President Christian Wulff, has sued web giant Google in a legal action to stop rumours about her private life. Wulff, in her defamation lawsuit against Google, claimed that when the name Bettina
08.09.2012 Bettina Wulff, the wife of German ex-president Christian Wulff, is suing a TV moderator and Google for helping spread rumours about her life before her marriage. Ex-president 'hid' prize money in private account - National (24 ...
22.09.2012 - magazine Titanic presented the front page of its October edition showing a photo montage of Bettina Wulff – wife of former […] headline reads, "West Rises Up: Bettina Wulff Makes Film About Mohammed." The magazine, which prints 100,000 copies a month
17.09.2012 [Getty Images] - BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 17: Copies of the biography of former German First Lady Bettina Wulff, "Bettina Wulff - Jenseits des Protokolls," which translates to "Bettina Wulff - Beyond Protocol," lie on a display table at Dussmann bookstore on
11.09.2012 [The Drum] - Google faces searching questions from wife of former German president. Google is facing legal action from the wife of a former German president after Bettina Wulff mounted a bid to prevent rumours about her private life from circulating on the internet.
20.09.2012 The former first lady of Germany, Bettina Wulff, filed a lawsuit against Google in a Hamburg court afterGoogle's autocomplete function would helpfully but perhaps slanderously suggest such search phrases as “Bettina Wulff ...