The argument that regulation and even breakup of - virtual - monopolies is bad is ludicrous at best. The breakup of Ma Bell into RBOCs - regional Bell operating centers - in the 70s saw a huge surge in technological innovation, lower pricing, higher wages, etc. You can pretty much thank the DOJ for creating the Internet because we'd still be on rotary phones if Ma Bell was a monopoly. You don't need to break companies up anymore but you do need to regulate them. Especially in this age of consolidation of corporate power. It's so fucking stupid because we've already learned our lesson on this. But of course politicians looking for money are willing to fuck over the general public for a fast buck. Christ, just look at the difference in the FCC between Ashit Pai and Tom Wheeler.
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