I think your perception of it is backwards... its real life that influence the "internet" not the other way around.
Actually, it's a bit of both! Obviously real life influences the internet... otherwise it wouldn't be there. but the internet also affects real life... like idiots searching how to make bombs to cause destruction and mayhem In other words, it's interactive and one can have profound effects on the other.
Why dont you exercise this line of thought about all other things thats on the internet? is kona0197 so special that you dont want to force your morals/ethics onto him/her?
Yeah, kona is special, but I also enjoy sparring with him from time to time, which is why I was debating Google's morals/scruples with him... you know, stating an opinion while having a bit of fun.
BTW: what you quoted was said mostly with tongue-in-cheek to lighten things up some.
Your logic is flawed. You dislike Google becuse of something that didn't even happen to you. Not logical.
With respect to this, kona, I'm just going to say this and leave it at that: I was a witness to what happened... and I do have experiences of my own to formulate an opinion on Google.
Now while it is true that I do not like Google, I do enjoy a good spar/debate, and thus, over-emphasised my thoughts at times to keep the ball rolling, so to speak. However, it's time to move on when it's no longer fun and things start getting serious... and I detect it has gotten to that for you, so let's agree to disagree with regards to Google, orright.