Once again, for the second time in three weeks, sites like Google, Youtube and others that rely on IP Based Geolocation to decide what country you're in and what language to render the site in for you are giving me something I don't want ... their sites in a language other than English. This also includes occasionally running into content restrictions because they've decided that 220.127.116.11 is in Spain somewhere instead of my actual location in Northeast Arkansas, USA.
And before you say it, No I am not a hamster, I didn't go and forget that I left a proxy enabled either. I can't say why this has been happening but it's really annoying to say the least and possibly more than that. Imagine somebody looking for a job going to an employment website to do a Phoenix Job Search because that's where they live and naturally that's where they want to find a job but because the site uses geolocation the poor sot ends up with job offers somewhere in Madrid.
I'll grant you, it's little more than an inconvenience for me but it could be a heck of a lot more than that very easily.