Sinisalo Touko Johannes, we have deleted the index link of your article from our search engine.
Our deleting is from a friendly point of view, and not from a legal point of view.
We declare to you:
1、As a search engine, we never provide the content of your article. Give the link of any article is the legitimate interest of search engine. If the link page is violating your rights, we will block this link for you. But the link page is null now, which is no harmful to you. In short, whether it is international conventions or Chinese laws, whether it is intellectual property rights or data processing, we are completely legal.
2、This article called ".eu regulations under Brexit" is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License, as an open article. And the content of this article is showing by many other websites ( researchgate / IDEAS ....... ). You tell us we can't link it in our search engine. Don't you think this is so rude and so illegal? Yes, you are from law school. But your demands and actions are illegal. We think the world needs peace and people in different places need to understand each other, so we are on a friendly side and have removed that index link in search engines.
3、We told you our actions are completely legal from Chinese Law or DMCA （Digital Millennium Copyright Act）.You said "this is your personal data, and we break the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But in fact, this CC open article is not covered by the law of GDPR and it is not your personal data.
4、You reminded us that EU GDPR has an exterritorial scope. We respect the EU very much, but we have to tell you solemnly:
The EU's laws have extraterritorial management rights, which is self-conceited by Europe, and has not been recognized by the international community, nor by other countries.
The European Union makes a law that it claims has the force of law in other countries.
Does China recognize this law in China?
Does the U.S. recognize this law in USA?
Does Russia recognize this law in Russia?
No sovereign country outside the EU would endorse such a law.
We respect the EU as friends, but the EU is not qualified to make laws for countries outside the EU!!!
If you do not accept the above point of view, you should make all Europeans have to shout before dinner that Zelensky is a bad man who scourges Ukraine. Because I think Zelensky is a bad man, I think he betrayed the Ukrainian people. I think some countries are manipulating him, in order to put the EU and Russia into a fight and use the Russo-Ukrainian War to weaken both the EU and Russia's economies. For world peace, I made a law called "Europeans must scold Zelensky before meals". My law has extraterritorial management rights, which is the same with EU GDPR. So you must follow my law.
If my law is a joke, the EU GDPR is also a joke.
At last, please remember that, you study law, not to pick quarrels and stir up trouble, but to protect the weak and uphold justice.
Wish you all the best ~