The case of Biancardi V. Italy responds to application no. 77419/16 against Italy under Article 34 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The application was submitted by Alessandro Biancardi, editor-in-chief of an online newspaper, which published an article in 2008 about a fight and stabbing that occurred in a restaurant while mentioning the names of those involved and the motive for the fight one of the participants in the fights. A formal notice asking for the article to be removed from the internet was submitted by one of the participants in the fight, which Binacardi didn't comply with. The case went to the District Court of Chieti, which concluded that there had been a breach in the claimants' reputation and right to respect for their private life, for which each claimant was awarded €5,000 in compensation. Biancardi submitted an appeal, which was dismissed by the Supreme Court. The case was then taken to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHC) by Biancardi under Article 10 in 2016. This Court determined that the grounds for which Biancardi had been found liable for failing to de-index the article from Google were not correct.