.... Although the documents were openly indexed by Google, Laurelli would
soon be in the French government’s crosshairs for publishing them. He
eventually faced criminal charges, though he was later acquitted of those.
However, a separate government agency pursued a civil appeal. And last
Tuesday, a French appeals court fined Laurelli 3,000 Euros (or a little
over $4,000), meaning he likely made one of the more expensive Google
searches to date....
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