In a country where soccer (er, football) is revered, Google and Yahoo! may have lost the first contest, but they came roaring back in the second game. Last month, Argentina's National Civil Court of Appeals overturned a lower court's ruling that the two search engines were liable for defamation based on information contained in search results. Entertainer Virginia Da Cunha asserted that Google and Yahoo! violated her rights by displaying, in response to searches for her name, not just her name and image but also links to pornographic sites. In 2009, a trial court agreed, but the appellate court ruled 2-1 that search engines could not be held liable for third-party content unless they were informed of illegal content and subsequently failed to take action to "cease the injurious activities."