California US District Judge Edward Davila has granted Google a temporary injunction that partially blocks a ruling by Canada's Supreme Court that would have required Google to delete certain search result not only in Canada but worldwide as well.
For all the (infinite) details of the Canadian ruling, please watch the VIDEO.
The temporary injunction, granted on the basis that the Canadian ruling violates US law and poses a threat to free speech, permits Google to continue displaying search results in the USA.
But not deleting search results per the Canadian court order would place Google in contempt of court in Canada.
And - worst case scenario - the Canadian cross-borders ruling may have opened Pandora's box for every country in the world to create potentially nutty laws restricting Internet commerce.
I'll update as this plays out.