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Yeah. I think -- so we have the same issue in the United States and the same question about what information should be accessible to jurors. I have not heard a proposal more technically tailored than the idea that one might disappear content from the entire Internet or from the entirety of Google search results so that no person can see it in order to protect this one juror from violating a sworn obligation not to go look for it. So as a technical matter, I'm not aware of any proposals that narrowly get off that one juror.

As a legal matter, I've heard a little bit about this UK case, where I believe the juror was found in contempt. There are legal obligations on the jurors already and consequences for going out and doing this, so I should hope that the answer lies there.

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