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Google must take down links worldwide

Google is planning to appeal a ruling by the British Columbia Supreme Court ordering the search engine giant to erase certain results from internet searches around the world.

Because the ruling applies to all of Google’s search results worldwide, and not just search results in Canada, legal experts say the decision could have major international ramifications.

Some say it potentially opens the door to courts in any country claiming the right to control what internet users see around the world.

In ruling on Equustek Solutions v. Jack last week, the Supreme Court of British Columbia ordered Google to remove links to the website of a company that had been found to have stolen trade secrets from a competitor.

Google had previously agreed to remove results for that company from the portal, but not from other Google search portals, such as

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Lauri Ann Fenlon declared in her ruling that, because Google sells ads in B.C. and targets ads to B.C. residents, the court has jurisdiction over the company.

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In the meantime, the most likely scenario is that all of this mugshot nonsense is unintended consequence and sequela to U.S. federal and state corrections administration.
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National Consortium for Offender Management System (NCOMS)

NCOMS was a pioneering effort that required public administration managers to take risks with new technology. In the agency operating environment where many other public programs will take precedent in the budget process, NCOMS members have learned to leverage the power of collaboration to modernize their systems. Today, more prisons are managed with NCOMS software than any other single proprietary vendor.
Although at least one member state has chosen to keep software development in house, the participation of two commercial vendors in the ecosystem has been critical in broadening the community by making a set of services for the project available to state agencies who would not be able/would not elect to resource the work internally.

Law Enforcement Automated Data Repository (LEADR)

Building on the success of a small open source project, two US states shared investments in developing a new information sharing system under an open source license for law enforcement agencies. In 1999 a grant from the National Institute of Justice funded additional development for the project. Today three states have the LEADR system running in their state data centers for law enforcement for the collection and analysis of information in the interest of public safety and they make the software and data sharing service available to any local agency at no cost.
Many organizations were involved in the creation of the project. In addition to the law enforcement user community, a third party facilitator, a commercial partner, a federal program partner, and a state legislator (senator) were involved in making funding available to expand the project beyond its smaller beginnings.
The success of the project attracted the attention of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in late 2008. DHS had funded many IT projects and wanted to consider how open source might play a role in their strategy to make effective investments of Research and Development (R&D) funds.
New Post on Mugshots Affiliates

Mugshots affiliates.Mugshots affiliates. Mugshots made an extortion threat on their website claiming harassment.  Isn’t it strange that can cyber stalk and Cyber harass others, but when a person investigates them claims it is harassment and threatens to make a front page story out of their intended victim?


Cyberbully, …

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FOIA Mugshot Case Law

FOIA Mugshot case law FOIA and Mugshot case law disagrees with what the mugshots websites, such as Mugshots​.com and BustedMugshot​.com, tell you about obtaining information under the Freedom Of Information Act.  Under Federal FOIA and mugshot case law mugshots are exempt from…

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From the FTC

In this section we will be posting material from a Freedom of Information Act request regarding the mugshots industry and supporting sites.  There are two CD’s of material and it will take a while to redact personal information to post the material. The images below are a letter from the FTC…

More idle threats
New Comment on Blog at Threats by a spammer

“All of your ID is being blacklisted — I am submitting you to spam central “

1. Spam Central (Urban Dictionary)
A of place drama and antics, spam central is one of the central hubs of posting for the website FlyFF World. Here the users of the site are allowed to post as they wish, with the least amount of moderation.

Must be doing something right if the Mugshot website operators hate the site so much.  I do not understand why.  Just because we are successful in having legislation passed that limits Mugshot websites from extorting people.

New Comment on Norman Haga Blog

Fuck off! — spollack@​thecritical-​post.​com.

One of those that support publishing mugshots online.

New Post Mugshots in Florida. published on Norman Haga Blog at

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Mugshots in Florida.

criminalize, cyberharass, cyberstalk, mugshots, news, legislation Mugshots abuse of public records was not foreseen in Florida when the state began its tradition of openness back in 1909 with the passage of Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes or the “Public Records Law.” This law provides…

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KSTU Salt Lake City TV

There has been much work going on in bringing the online mugshot and other negative content publishers to accountability.  These PDF’s were created after telephoning Channel 13 TV news in Salt Lake City, Utah and obtaining permission to use their content.  In the first PDF, the news…