Using that metric, everything and anything could "revolutionize the world" so the term becomes meaningless. Such hyperbole should be reserved for usage in things that are a bit more fleshed out and actual candidates for said revolutionizing.
...the market value of a significant fraction of the worlds anime, hentai, and furry porn
Good to know, I guess?
ha ha, you are so uninformed about the world in general and Somalia specifically it's hilarious.
I want to sue all the governments for interfering in my life. This of-course means I want to sue all of you for interfering in my life. Of-course my resources are vastly inadequate for this, but I would love to do just that. I do not want this government 'protection' (read interference and oppression) to exist. But I do feel this is probably going to happen anyway. Need a new planet / new world of some sort without all this in it.
As a liberal who knows a thing or two about the guts of ISPs I had many arguments about the wisdom of many "Net Neutrality" proposals with my friends. Some of the requirements people wanted amounted to being expected to fill out your tax forms while riding a unicycle along a tight rope.
Of course, the entire concept is bull. The (non-government) Internet developed under freedom of companies to freely decide to interconnect according to their business needs. Often one ISP rejected another until a mutually-agreeable solution could be worked out. Some ISPs could peer with others, some had to pay.
Any of the "OMG not neutral!" stuff I hear about today is about someone making big money from pushing Tbps of content into someone else's network and expecting that company to pay for all of it. It takes two to tango.
And while there may come a day when some end-user ISP is dumb enough to actually try to provide less-than-Internet to their subscribers, to date it hasn't really happened (sorry pirates), even in situations where the ISP is granted a local monopoly (which, of course, is the real lack of Internet freedom).
Of course it isn't, but the people who were "driven crazy" were surely motivated by that kind of thing, not substantive policy issues.
If it "drives you crazy" when you're discouraged by society and government from oppressing people who aren't part of your religious nuttery, then maybe you need psychological help.
I work in an industry that believes if it's not important enough for YOU to pack correctly and safely, it's not our problem to babysit your stuff.
Sorry, your "super important package" is precisely as important to us as everyone else's.
I googled "Renminbi", all I got was links to currency fixing.
No, I can't say we'd miss monopoly money that someone else pretends is currency.
OK.... So how is it Google's responsibility to remove something from their index that isn't in their index?
That's the beauty of cutting them off from the automated submission system after a very low threshold of bogus submissions (by percentage, quantity, or a combination).
It doesn't matter if they have an ulterior motive, they're shut down and have to pay a premium going forward... which means if they want to keep it up they'll be paying Google to employ extra verifiers and nobody else is affected.
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85