- Oct 22, 1999
Just because the users don't pay for it, doesn't mean they can't abuse their Monopoly. Not to mention, ad companies do pay for it, so the monopoly per could be abused on that side as well.Point taken but that did not appear to be the motive of the senators question
I can guarantee the senator has zero understanding of what you mentioned.
His question was more about should we break Facebook up under antitrust laws.
Which again is a valid discussion it’s just the how much does your service cost, buying different products questions sounded so uninformed.
Simply put a broken clock is right twice per day
I didn't listen to it, but I could take it to mean basically everyone has to just accept with whatever policies you push because there aren't other choices.