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01/06/2014

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Since this judgement was totally invidious ('I wish my press coverage didn't exist.' Tough luck - it does) I think Google's response sounds sensible and proportionate. I agree with you entirely that the situation with US citizens needs to be clarified as a matter of urgency: it might help galvanise opinion against an entirely unhelpful piece of legislation - and I say that as an online privacy advocate.

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