A food blogger has been fined after her searing review of a French restaurant ranked too highly in Google search results.The article, called "the place to avoid in Cap-Ferret: Il Giardino", was written by Caroline Doudet following her trip to the restaurant in south western France last year. In it, she complained of poor service and a negative attitude from the owner.
According to court documents, the article ranked fourth in search results when the restaurant's name was typed into Google, and the restaurant owner said that its high visibility was damaging business.
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Leading business woman calls on public to judge top organisations’ social impact as part of Nectar Business Small Business Awards
Leading business woman and star of BBC1’s The Apprentice, Karren Brady CBE, is asking the public to vote on which company makes the biggest contribution to the community, as part of the sixth annual Nectar Business Small Business Awards.
The Awards celebrate the achievements of successful small businesses and business people across the UK. They are judged by a panel of respected industry figures including Karren Brady; Will Shuckburgh, Managing Director of Nectar; Nathan Palmer of BOC; Richard Carvell of Viking and 2013 winner and founder of Goody Good Stuff, Melissa Burton.