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That's entirely fair enough. I understand the position that Microsoft adopts, and it's not perhaps surprising that what might not be lawful in this country could be lawful somewhere else, and you're obviously not going to take steps which would not comply with the law in another place.

If there is a solution to the problem -- and I'm not sure there is -- of replication of defamatory or breach of privacy material going viral, as Mr Barr described it, with different urls, I apprehend you'll say that whereas a search engine might pick up the general words and block them, going beyond that, you'd have to go to the original webmaster each time, each one, one by one?

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