At the end of My Liveblogged Year, I promised a follow up on my evolving opinion of Liveblogging's form and promise. This post is not that article. Instead I'm reacting to the announcement of the GoogleTV service.
Digital Rights Ireland are represented by McGarr Solicitors (where I hang my scarf of a workday). They're currently in litigation with the Government about the introduction of Data Retention across Europe. Recently, the Irish Times reported that a government order to keep details of internet use by everyone in Ireland was imminent.
Is loss of Google juice an actionable loss of reputation?This is an odd question, but one I was prompted to think about today. In the normal run of things, I don't think I have a legal, enforceable right to a google listing. I certainly can't think how I'd have a right to sue for a prominent listing.