Interestingly, Wulff's autobiography 'Beyond the Protocol' includes a whole chapter saucily entitled 'The Rumours', that allows her to rebut the allegations at length and sell her secrets for a reasonable fee that no doubt will be put in part towards legal costs. The book will be published by the time most IPKat readers view this post and can be purchased for £12.80 from all good e-book-providing online multinational electronic commerce company retailers. But in the meantime, what are the chances of the action being successful?
Yet the plot thickens...only a few days ago Google upped the ante in its policing of autocomplete suggestions for Private Bay, host of copyright infringing material extraordinaire, by removing domain shortcuts.
So, getting back to Bettina, little chance of success for the Google giants. So who might take up the cause against the pesky autocomplete next? This Kat did some of her own empirical research and found at least one potential luminary that might have a beef (see figure 2 below). Not wanting to add fuel to the fire, she hasn't included figure 3.
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