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Jonathan Campisano embodies the domineering monopolist Caldwell B. Cladwell.
What is needed is not regulation to restrict speech but regulation specifically to allow speech — regulation put on monopolist and market-dominant companies that have abused their positions repeatedly.
John D. Rockefeller never apologized for being a monopolist.
The idea is that the monopolist’s profits should not exceed the level that a competitive market would allow.
This work couldn’t help but come into tension with the interests of New America Foundation’s corporate donors—and particularly with Google, which funded the think tank generously and is perhaps the most prominent monopolist in the world.
Whether Alphabet, Amazon, and others are treated as special entities, regular old companies, or monopolists is a key factor in determining what the Internet will look like in the coming years.
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