It doesn't look like anything to me.
You're right, it's a luxury that negatively affects everyone else to the point of being a health hazard, which is why it's ok to ban it. Just because they can afford it doesn't mean everyone else needs to needlessly suffer. They could just ride a bike if they wanted. Or walk.
The removal of the word "news" will, hopefully, help draw a sharper line between Google's human-vetted Google News product, and its main search product.
Google's main product is advertising and user info (to better target advertising), not search.
Google's main product is our eyeballs, which they sell to the advertisers.
We don't pay anything to Google the way a new Chevy rolling off of the assembly line doesn't pay anything to General Motors. They get their money when someone buys the Chevy.
Welp, I'll ignore the 20 articles that confirm what I said. Actually two of them quoted only 35 Golden Eagles per year, which is half of what Wikipedia was saying. Sorry that facts interfere with your world view.
(*) About 1/3rd of America, ditto Brexit voters and the coming Ixit voters.
I believe the proper term is Splitaly
Wikipedia says 4700 annually, 70 of which are eagles. It also says that it's due to the turbines being very small turbines that spin way, way faster than the modern large turbines, which spin a lot slower.
So your argument is
1) wrong on the numbers
2) not applicable to modern wind farms with slower spinning turbines
3) not applicable to this wind farm, which is replacing the turbines with safer ones
They will SAY it's a proprietary learning algorithm.
What it will BE is a string of four sweatshop warehouses in the Philippines full of people at desks sitting on folding chairs looking at each image, video and post who get a few extra points toward a 3 cent raise for every thousand instances they do correctly.
I suppose you could get together with some of your neighbors and set up some sort of collective arrangement where everybody agrees on rules for appropriate behaviour and collectively uses force to make sure that outsiders do not violate these agreements, but that that point you've basically reinvented government.
No, at that point what you have is one possible service provider in a potentially competitive market - as opposed to the monopoly system we have now.
If in any problem you find yourself doing an immense amount of work, the answer can be obtained by simple inspection.