Right on, Androidtech.
Imagine if an art museum were to shuffle up name-tags of the arists when they display works of various artists. You bet if Bubba's Original Tattoo Design were mistakenly labeled as Salvador Dali's work, he would be real ticked off at that museum. Now imagine how he would respond if that museum (google) refuses to correct the mix-up (302 redirects) for almost a year. Could a case be made that if Google is knowingly allowing such mislabling (possible trademark infringement?) to occur, it's refusal/failure to correct it causes material harm to the original creator? Yes? No? May be?