Top searches at the Consejo General del Poder Judicial

Chart-toppers: Mossos who torture.

Trebots @ Wednesday May 2nd 2012 11:15

David Maeztu on his excellent legal blog, Del derecho y las normas, points out that the Consejo General del Poder Judicial, the body that governs the Spanish judiciary, uses the same user-search-based auto-complete functionality as Google, for which the latter is suffering a worldwide judicial assault, and which for the former hints at public concerns, particularly regarding the Mossos d'Esquadra, the Catalan "national" police force whose deployment was rushed for political reasons, leading to a relatively high proportion of officers manifestly unfit for purpose.

There are lots of other minor and mysterious gems in there. I was disappointed to find that the Google search for catalana occidente + jabali + hellin provided no more details.

  • Catalonia (1007)
  • General Council of the Judiciary (1) The General Council of the Judiciary (GCJ) (Spanish: Consejo General del Poder Judicial, CGPJ) is the constitutional body that governs all the Judiciary of Spain, such as courts, and judges, as it is established by the Spanish Constitution of 1978, article 122 and developed by the Organic Law 6/1985 of the Judicial Power (LOPJ). The President of the CGJP is also the president of the Supreme Court.
  • Google (5) Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware. Most of its profits are derived from AdWords, an online advertising service that places advertising near the list of search results.
  • Internet privacy (2)
  • Mossos d'Esquadra (2) The Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈmosuz ðəsˈkwaðɾə]); in English: Troopers (literally "Squad Lads", "Squaddies") are the police force of Catalonia. The force was founded in 1721, but a different Catalan force with a different name, the Escuadras de Paisanos, was one of the oldest police forces in Europe.
  • Nationalism (99)
  • Police (4)
  • Spain (1655)
  • Torture (1)
  • Wild boar (2)
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  1. A Nun
    May 2nd 2012 11:33

    No. 2 for guardia civil is guardia civil and cocaina.

  2. Trebots
    May 2nd 2012 12:06

    I don't think the division of labour's quite that clear-cut.

  3. Candide
    May 2nd 2012 16:35

    Ever heard of dentists having high stakes in sugar production comps?

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