Why consider a case that occurred in 2006 as an emblematic expression of the always more challenging constitutional earthquakes in the even more changeable digital environment? A reasonable question, and surely it would be not entirely convincing to answer that, because of the pathological length of the judicial proceedings in Italy, Google Vivi Down is definitely not settled yet. The answer would appear more convincing by asserting that the idea behind this book is not retrospective but forward-looking in nature. More precisely, the Google Vivi Down saga is “only” a perfect starting point to elaborate on the increasingly more complex relationship between the rapid changes in the technological scenario at the heart of the digital dimension, on one hand, and the much less dynamic relevant legislative framework, on the other hand. It is an emblematic case study of the issues related to the balance between the fundamental rights inherent in Internet use, and of the hard choices that the courts must make when the margins of the game move from “the atoms to the bits”.