Google is a Monopoly — And It’s Crushing the Internet

Globalism is a mono world, even with the choice of a global tyrant.

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Source: Google is a Monopoly — And It’s Crushing the Internet | Humans Are Free

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April 24, 2017

Five to 10 years ago, independent bloggers used to be able to get by on internet advertising, like the broadsheets of yore. But that changed quite quickly, and for two big reasons: Facebook and Google.

They now gobble up the vast majority of internet advertising dollars — about 85 percent, as my colleague Jeff Spross writes — and a great many media outlets have been forced to move to direct subscriptions or other business models.

Google and Facebook manage this because they are platform monopolists. They can exert tremendous influence through their control of how people use the internet — and crush productive businesses in the process.

Like any monopoly, it is long since time that the government regulated them to serve the public interest.

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