Philipp points to this News.com.au story about the head of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation asking Google to remove an image of Australia's only nuclear reactor from Google Earth. If Google decides to remove the image does it mean that imagery of the location will also be removed from other providers of satellite/aerial imagery? In other words, could someone still get the image from GlobeXplorer or another provider? Would removing the imagery from Google Earth also make it unvailable from other services?
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