These issues will vary, by relationship to a given blog, as well as by nature of the offense perceived.
- Some blog owners have lost control of their Blogger account, and lack ability to recover control.
- Some people are offended by a Blogger blog, but an offense which may not constitute a Google TOS violation.
- Some people may believe that a Blogger blog name, in use by someone else, may reflect badly upon their hard earned business identity.
- Some people may be the survivor, in a relationship where the owner of a given blog is now deceased.
We know that Google Legal has to take a conservative approach in evaluating the various complaints submitted to them.
Material to be removed is specified, using the Google Content Removal process. Every complaint may involve a third party, who has equal rights that must be considered.
In cases where Google Legal must deny action, and generally will not respond to a submitted Content Removal form, the person making a complaint is advised to use the courts to verify his identity and / or legal relationship with the blog in question.
Anybody who does not receive appropriate response from Google Legal may hire a lawyer, start a lawsuit, and get a court order issued by a judge. A properly issued court order can be then submitted to Google using the Google Help: Submit a Court Order to Google form.