It only seems fair that if they want to be part of google's family they should use that awards money to pay google to index them (or whatever they want). After getting permission from the court, of course.
Well, using your logic, nobody who is using street view in her neighborhood would look at the photos of her (extremely boring) underwear anyway. Nobody anywhere else would care, or have noticed, if she hadn't made a big deal of it.
Now, of course, the whole world has clicked the link to check out her underwear. Streisand effect in a *big* way.
CL *wasn't* making money off of the adult services section until they were leaned on to charge for the listings. And I believe that CL actually contributed the money they were forced by attorneys general to charge to anti-abuse groups.
Netflix never guaranteed the availability of a movie at any particular time - the come available when they do. If they're available a month later, I won't even notice. Netflix and buying DVDs are unrelated in my life. I neither buy nor don't buy a movie because it's available as a rental. I *might* buy it after I've rented it if I think I will want to re-watch it without returning it to my netflix queue, but that's only happened once in two years.