Just saw this job description at the Google corporate site. Decider in Chief: Your role will be to set policy for a team of reviewers who will handle millions of user requests from individuals claiming to be EU residents. After devising a method to authenticate these individuals, your team will evaluate search link removal requests using the following criteria: "A balance will have to be struck between the interests of the individual and the legitimate interest of internet users to access the information...
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