Hey Matt,,, Come on out from under... Just use one of your aliases or make a new one. Whatever... have chat with us Matt. We don't bite, but we do bitch! With my Serious-Straight-Hat firmly on my head, I'll shoot my first set of proper questions to ya Matt. 1) Does Google believe it has the right to dictate how all business is run on the internet? 2) Do you believe that Google's long term goal includes the interests of small and emerging businesses, or is it just large financially able companies that you want to deal with. 3) Will Google at some point align itself more closely to normal acceptable western country Law when it comes to crime and punishment. By that I mean. A Google Adwords ban for selling get rich ebooks when it was once acceptable to google to display such ads, now looks looks like it will stop those banned people making a living on the internet selling any legitimate product or service, even if they are accountants or musicians or builders or plumbers, but just once upon a time dabbled and experimented. In most civilized countries, punishment fits the crime only and does not necessarily deprive people of future potential livelihood? 4) Does Google believe in freedom of speech? 5) Does Google accept that the natural progress of human beings is to progress and that in turn has led to the automation of massive amounts of successful industry. Google itself is an automated process and yet you appear to be overly concerned about the rest of the world continuing to move forward with technology and automated processes. Why exactly is this? How can you justify even an automated spam filter in googlemail if automation is somehow morally questionable? 6) Google automatically reads everything it comes across, including as has been admitted, private packets and passwords during several streetview data campaigns over a prolonged period of time. Why does Google consider itself to be more important than any right-minded or acceptable views on privacy? Where is the democratically elected mandate that has authorized Google? Of does Google simply judge its authority by the amount of money it has in the bank? 7) Will Google ever concern itself with the idea that diversity in society is important? For any society to prosper there has to be differences in class, status, age, attitude, success and failure. This is also reflected online yet Google fails to give any credence to the natural diversity of people and seems to expect everybody to conform to the ideology of its terms and conditions and even though Google is in a position of being a monopoly, attempts to stifle out those who do not conform. A few notable regimes have attempted this sort of thing ethnically in the past and some still do. 8) How important to Google is the notion of organic results vs paid results? More dedicated space will presumably be committed to paid results when shopping results become a paid merchant tool. Has Google set itself any limits as to the number of prominent organic listings that will be displayed even for popular, lucrative keywords where Google can generate exceptional revenues? Is there still a service commitment to the public or is it mostly entirely a commitment to shareholders and profits?