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(Ars Technica)   And in today's episode of it's the e-mails that will kill you: Google and Facebook agree to help each other if the Feds investigate them, not use certain bidding techniques. Yeah that's above board   (arstechnica.com) divider line
    More: Fail, United States antitrust law, Competition, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Cartel, Competition law, Consumer protection, Monopoly  
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2020-12-23 1:06:57 PM  
"Conspiracy" used to be a thing.
 
2020-12-23 2:04:07 PM  
So they vow to fight antitrust lawsuits by...setting up a trust.

It's a bold strategy, Cotton; let's see if it pays off for 'em.
 
2020-12-24 6:29:40 AM  
I've been moving as much of my activity away from both google and facebook as much as possible for years now.  I've also been moving away from samsung (and I always knew apple was evil) as well.  In fact, most, if not all, companies are all about the friendly be good, do no evil, etc. when it's good for publicity and are more than happy to be evil when it benefits them more than the be good, do no evil, etc. mantra.  Only way to keep them in line is to vote with your dollar since we live with a captured government and aren't French.
 
2020-12-24 12:24:18 PM  

edmo: "Conspiracy" used to be a thing.



don't you mean collusion
 
2020-12-24 4:10:41 PM  
Long live the new flesh?
 
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