Google launches review after name suppression breach

Google has promised to review its systems after it named the accused killer of British backpacker Grace Millane in a ‘what’s trending’ email to subscribers. The murder-accused received interim name suppression on December 10, but Google says it did not receive the court order until December 14. Representatives from the search engine met with New Zealand’s Justice Minister Andrew Little and Attorney-General David Parker on Wednesday, to ensure the right processes are in place in future. A 26-year-old man is charged with the murder of 22-year-old Ms Millane in Auckland.