After League City attorney Calvin C. Jackson and the State Bar settled allegations that he had forged lawyers’ signatures in a civil case, Jackson decided that he wanted all references to the case removed from the Internet. To the surprise of many legal observers and pretty much anyone who has ever used a computer, San Antonio judge Richard Price agreed to help him out, ordering the search engine Google to engage in the impossible task of erasing any reference to the case from the entire Internet—including, according to one news report, compelling third parties who posted the information “to get it back and destroy it.”