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Generally, I would say yes, but it does depend on the -- if you look at this tab, there are three different scenarios. There's child sexual abuse content, there's intellectual property and then there's defamation and invasion of privacy, and for some of those the standards are a little bit different. For example, in child sexual abuse content, there's been a worldwide view, through the Internet Watch Foundation, which is based in the UK, that this is such egregious material and there's agreement kind of on a worldwide basis that that should be taken down, that we have a higher methodology for removing that content from the Internet. So that isn't the minimum; that actually is a very robust mechanism for bringing things down.

If you go to defamation, invasion of privacy, we do insist on a specific url for that content in order to remove it.

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