But I am confused about why people care if the account is open.
They had the account for years. It has some personal or sensitive data in it. Yahoo keeps getting haked. So delete the account and keep your data safe (by losing it forever). Except you can't keep the data out of the hands of the hackers. By design.
Do you have a better idea now of why someone would want an account on an insecure provider more secure?
No kidding, they do that because they have to.
Yes. They learned that if they don't have their own CDN with great local peering already, Comcast will shut down their links and charge them money to get to their customers. After learning 3rd world extortion techniques in the US, they don't open shop anywhere until they've defended against those tactics.
A Google cache appliance isn't going to help with anything but browsing the web..
Which is most of what the users in an office do.
I'm not really sure The only way it makes sense with Netflix or most US industry to open up shop in India or China closing up shop in the US if they were opening shop to sell to Indians/Chinese.
Wal-Mart has large offices in China (I've been to one). And aren't big on selling to Chinese. Can you figure that one out?
It would not work for Netflix to stream to the US from China because there is too much latency the pipes between the two nations aren't fat enough to carry that massive load of traffic.
Latency is irrelevant to streaming. When you have the basic technical facts 100% wrong, it's hard to think any of your other opinions are any better constructed. I've streamed just fine over a 1.2s latency connection (double-hop satellite). Though, much "streaming" is a download with instant-delete and play-while-downloading, which doesn't work. But "dumber" streaming (that includes Netflix), literally streams. So latency will not harm video quality (but can lead to interruptions when the non-streaming CnC side-channel fails).
If entropy is increasing, where is it coming from?