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7. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Nov 27, 2012, 16:52 NegaDeath
So what happens with the opposite scenario? Someone who DID do something wrong and wants the info taken off of search results? Can they sue too? What if its something simple like a person not wanting their name to appear in google results, can they sue if google won't do it? Who is the ultimate decider if a takedown notice is valid or not? We can't say google is as apparently we can now successfully sue them if we disagree with their decision. Do we have to clog the courts to get a ruling on every takedown? Does google comply with every request out of fear of litigation? This guy went after a yahoo news website to take the info down and won, going after google is double dipping. What happened to him sucks but it doesn't justify breaking the internet. There's a good reason other judges have turned these sorts of cases down.  
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