The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, in Google Inc. v. Hood, has granted Google’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against the Mississippi Attorney General, who delivered a 79-page subpoena to the company and threatened litigation after Google refused to comply with his request to block objectionable third-party content from its search results, YouTube, and advertising services.  The court found that Google is probably protected from the AG’s demands by the Communications Decency Act, and that the AG’s overly broad subpoena and threat of litigation probably violated Google’s First and Fourth Amendment rights.