Government’s motto should be; When in doubt, don’t.
Reading through David Kopel’s book today, I’m struck by how prescient he was a dozen years ago in his forecasts of changing technology, emerging competition, and the deadening influence of antitrust law in this arena of rapid change.
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Mr. Zuckerberg: When you set out to create Facebook (then “The Facebook”) you didn’t work within the confines of what was already there. You built what should be there. You[...]