Tech and Antitrust – Stratechery by Ben Thompson


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"This seems like the best explanation for how we have arrived at the current moment; Reuters reported last week that the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission were divvying up tech companies for potential antitrust investigations — Google and Apple to the former, and Facebook and Amazon to the latter — a seemingly natural endpoint to what has been a mounting drumbeat for regulatory action against tech."
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Four years ago I wrote Aggregation Theory , which argued that technology companies, uniquely enabled by zero marginal costs , were dominant by virtue of user…
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Four years ago I wrote Aggregation Theory , which argued that technology companies, uniquely enabled by zero marginal costs , were dominant by virtue of user…
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