Still reeling from the European Court of Justice’s recent decision requiring it to block search results containing accurate but “irrelevant” information about a person, Google got a small bit of good news when a federal magistrate in the Middle District of Tennessee opined that the company was immune from suit for the way it published search results.  Specifically, the magistrate said, in O’Kroley v. Fastcase, Inc., that the Communications Decency Act shielded Google from a suit over a snippet in search results that juxtaposed two separate bits of underlying information in a way that made it seem that the plaintiff had engaged in indecency with a child.  This is a generous reading of the CDA’s immunity provision that should cheer search engines.  Whether it will be sustained by a district court judge or an appellate court (if it gets that far) remains to be seen.