You're vastly exaggerating their "corruption" here. They're not a language police. They are simply making an observation about words they notice have popped up in common usage. Nobody really cares about this list, people just read it for the curiosity value.
To make this clear, the final sentences in their own comment about the debacle translates roughly to: "Everybody's part of deciding what words are introduced in the language by choosing what words we use. If we want ogooglingsbar in the language we'll use the word and it is our use that is important - nothing a multinational company can change by coercion. The word is free!"
 If we have one, it's not them, but rather Svenska Akademien - the same folks that award the Nobel Prize in Literature.
 Not that I've ever actually heard ogooglingsbar it being used by anybody.
 A little word play there - "ordet är fritt", literally meaning "the word is free", is a Swedish expression used when you invite anybody present to speak their mind on something.