Enlarge / An employee walks in a hallway at Google Canada’s engineering headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario. (credit: Cole Burston/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
A small Canadian firm has acquired an injunction against Google from the Supreme Court of Canada that is being called the first global de-indexing order.
Equustek, a Vancouver-based maker of networking devices, sued a former distributor called Datalink Technologies.

Equustek accused Datalink of illegally re-labeling products and stealing Equustek intellectual property to make its own products.
Datalink initially denied the allegations but then left the province.
It continues to do business, selling products worldwide from an unknown location, according to Canadian courts.
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