One of the many reasons why I won't spend a dime on Bluray.
I can think of one case where you might buy a Bluray player. If you needed a new player. Remember you can borrow Bluray Discs from most libraries. And if you have to spend the money on a new player, you may as well get something multiformat.
This is what can be done when you don't shut out your customers - I am an HTC purchaser for life now.
Or until HTC does something really stupid and doesn't back down. There are many companies who used to be great, then they changed. I'm not saying HTC will change in a bad way, but you just never know.
In regards to Streetview itself and recording SSIDs and such, there is simply no privacy concerns. When you are in public, people can see you. When you broadcast signals, people can receive them. If you don't want to be seen, don't go out in public. If you don't want people to see the SSID of your AP, don't broadcast it.
If you're not broadcasting the SSID and are using some form of encryption, is Google still getting this data? I would hope not, because at that point, they're dealing with data that has not been made public.
Also what if a word they pick is also the name of an item? This would break the work they modified.
An example works for both: "Grill" do they mean to cook or to interrogate? And what if it is a grill as in the item to cook with?
And as for changing the spelling of words, well what if it becomes another word? Or maybe it gets changed into a name used in the book - this would cause confusion. And what about people learning the wrong spelling for words?
Of course there is also the issue of possibly violating the authors copyright by changing the work in question.
Keep the number of passes in a compiler to a minimum. -- D. Gries