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Albert Fox Cahn🔯 1h
For 30+ years, regulators green-lit “vertical integration” like this The result: a web of monopolies controlling digital platforms, acting as content gatekeepers, and further cross-subsidizing their own products. The answer: break up big tech.
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Jesse Blumenthal 4m
Replying to @neil_chilson
And as my colleague points out, Zoom's rise demonstrates that competition is far from 'dead' in tech--so much for a key prong justifying the techlash
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Hangry White Male, QC Aug 10
Remember when the DOJ wanted to break up Microsoft because they were worried about a monopoly? Where are they now that Amazon basically runs the world??
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Tayler Hansen Aug 5
Today Twitter proved they have no regard for Baby Lives— The censorship today has been appalling. They even went as far as barring from tweeting until he deleted a post pertaining to COVID. is the solution.
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ameliafouques@lexsportiva.ca Aug 10
Why app-store commission is an issue for online publishers
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Michael Andrews Aug 9
My personal thoughts on the need to end Google's domination of the W3C's community to support genuine openness and information transparency. needs to benefit everyone, not just Google.
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Emerald de Leeuw Aug 11
You cannot make this stuff up
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Mike Swift 21h
The Ninth Circuit just handed what appears to be a total victory in its appeal against the . "No license, no chips" is OK, court says:
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Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊) Aug 9
The Role of in Preventing Holdup the eminent Mark A. Lemley behind this... hate him
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Epoch Times Opinion Aug 10
Opinion💭by Yang Wei 's told the House Subcommittee that it was “well-documented that the Chinese government steals technology from American companies.” His honesty angered the .
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markus drenger Aug 7
When your UI is so shitty science adapts workarounds... Congrats , that‘s real market power
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CPI 2h
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SIA Research 1h
to hear ’s dispute with HeadHunter over online recruitment site (Prime News)
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Dechert Aug 10
In this OnPoint, members of our team discuss the European Commission's recently adopted Foreign Subsidies White Paper, which proposes new enforcement powers to address potentially distortive effects of foreign subsidies
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Mark Gardner 9h
Good. “Why movie theaters are in trouble after DOJ nixes 70-year-old case” via
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Business Times Aug 7
Into The Inner Workings of The American Legal System
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DrGem 26m
The US economy is in a mess but some presumptuous DC bureaucrats are trying to throw sand in the gears of the economy anyway
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Gibbons P.C. Aug 10
A recent Third Circuit decision affirmed certification of a direct purchaser class, concluding that common evidence existed to prove the plaintiffs’ theory and resulting . For an analysis of the decision and key takeaways:
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Kushal Shah 1h
Power of This is what the congressional hearing concluded with the recent . "your platform has become so big that it is beyond your manageable capacity" They will surely take down such posts, but after the damage!
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Avery Gardiner Aug 7
Exhibit A for why decrees should have automatic sunsetting provisions. The movie industry is entirely different today than it was 80 years ago. Tv, streaming, movies in color...
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