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
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
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
10.09.2012 [iT News] - Google has reportedly refused to comply with requests to remove the auto-completion terms added to searches for Bettina Wulff's name, claiming they are simply the result of an algorithm. However, German news site Der Spiegel accused Google of double
05.07.2010 Bettina Wulff (born 25 October 1973 in Hanover) (née Bettina Körner) is the First Lady of Germany, as the wife of German President Christian Wulff. She became First Lady upon the election of her husband on 30 June 2010. Bettina Wulff ...
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 ...