This internet fad is pretty damn ubiquitous nowadays. It's ingrained in every part of life nowadays - the classroom, the workplace, the bedroom home, and beyond. As someone who basically grew up with the internet, it can be hard to imagine the world without it. Okay, so that sounds a little sad, but I mean it in a... not sad way. It seems a German court not only agrees with that point, but has taken it one step further. Reuters This is a nice ruling... which is a bit of a shame. I've been saving "Deutsch-bag" for quite awhile now; I guess I'll have to hold on to it for a little bit longer. This decision could have some huge ramifications. Right now, this ruling only applies to this part of Germany. However, when it comes to courts, there is nothing more important than precedent; judges look to the past to determine how laws should be interpreted and enacted. This case may very well influence (however slightly) future decisions beyond Germany. Plus, it's just nice to see the justice system get with the times, man. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some procrastinating to do - some essential procrastinating to do, I mean.