-- in summary, as Daphne said, again I don't want to speculate on something that hasn't been fully developed, but as Daphne said at the start, we prefer for removing results from our search index, it's much better for users if those judgments have been made by essentially a court or a legal process that has weighed all of the evidence, that has been robust, that has been fair and that justice is done, and then the result is not just, by the way, handed to a search engine, but handed to the webmaster and the other entry points to the web.
I think there is just one point I would like to make, Mr Barr. Google is, as Daphne said, Google is not the Internet. We're also not the only entry point to the Internet. There are now multiple entry points to the Internet. I think it's fair to say there are more entry points to the Internet now than there were when Google was started 12 years ago. So whatever robust system that you recommend will have to cover all those multiple entry points, not just a search engine.