>why is it so hard to imagine possibilities where a free domain provider is a good thing?
I never said anything to the contrary. Those free sub-domains are still accessible and can be visited by anyone with a web browser. Your posts give the impression that Google deleted the content from the internet - something that's far from correct.
Your example seems to give credence to the concept that everyone should have the right to be listed in Google's results. Sorry to break the news to you, but they don't; regardless of their circumstances.
>Just because it's legal doesn't mean it's right though.
Again, that's not even the point. Google wasn't acting on what's morally right and wrong, it was acting on behalf of providing the best results to searchers.