Instead they have chosen the path of a thousand papercuts. Every so often them try to screw those still on unlimited plans, and every time it causes some sort of PR headache.
It's also worth noting that these requests are not coming from the content owners, they are coming from people that the content is "about"
Not to mention, they will need a warrant force entry and seize the phone. Combined with the fact that they will probably only be able charge the perp with possession stolen property, it the whole exercise a rather expensive proposition.
Legally, photographing a woman in a state of partial or complete undress is explicitly illegal. Photographing a fully clothed woman from an angle that exposes her undergarments (or lack there of) is not.
Expect to see this law amended very shortly, as most residents that state probably already thought upskirtting was illegal.
Also of note, the $130 billion is not the amount of corruption, it is the cost to the economy in loss of growth.
So, that doesn't really put anything in perspective.
This brings us to an issue that the article doesn't seem to address, just how widely used are regions? Is the average Chrome user even going to notice the loss of support?
This also allows the family to object post-mortem. Without the next-of-kin signing off the harvest doesn't happen. There simply isn't time to wait for a court order enforcing the deceased's wishes
You do realize that rags like The National Enquirer and The Sun are "traditional" journalists.