If this happened on renewal, means the customers who explicitly asked for Privacy protection didn't receive that service. Shouldn't Google at least refund all the customers the privacy protection fee because Google failed to provide the service it charged customers for?
EDIT: I understand that bugs are unavoidable but Google should be bearing the cost of its bugs. Google should volunteer the refund of $6 X 300,000 (approx. 1.8M dollars) not including negligence penalty of course.
Well, if rat feces appeared in the soup because rats chewed their way to the kitchen through the wall from neighbour's basement and you like this restaurant for their quality service and food, then I think you'd like to accept such coupon after they fixed up that hole in a wall and dropped rat poison into the cellar.
It's funny ("funny") how much police work operates like how I wrote papers in high school.
Write it from one (possibly unapproved, but convenient) source, find citations for various passages in several books after it's done, mostly by using the index to find exactly what's needed to avoid needing to read more than a couple paragraphs of each book, until the "minimum sources" number is hit.
Why does it matter if it was written by Schizophrenic or by a dozen monkeys jumping on the typewriter? Does it have merit or not? Is the content of any value? Is it a well-thought schema for keeping journals?
My assessment: I'd read a couple of chapters and it seems more complicated than necessary.