The Federal Court of Canada found a Romanian individual, Sebastian Radulescu, to be in breach of Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) by operating a Romanian-based website that republished and indexed Canadian court and tribunal decisions. PIPEDA is a statute that is intended to safeguard the privacy of individuals through the protection of their personal data. In 2015, a Canadian-Romanian individual initiated an action against Mr. Radulescu for publishing a Labour Board decision concerning him. This decision had also been indexed by Mr. Radulescu so it could be easily found through a Google Search. It came to light that the website was operating a profit-making scheme through which it would ask individuals to pay a fee in exchange for removing their personal information from the decisions published on the site. The Federal Court held that the PIPEDA had extraterritorial application to the website. After finding that the website’s collection, use and disclosure of court decisions were not permissible under PIPEDA, the court issued a corrective order against the website, as well as declaratory relief and damages.