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26718
Ole Miss football player waves to the camera after fumble recovery
29703
Saw this driving
11795
Ohio judge orders drug dealer to pay for funeral of teen who overdosed
13260
IDubbbz' Channel was terminated
4523
My girl friend broke up with me Saturday. Uninvited to "Friendsgiving". I enjoyed this tasty meal instead. Here's to everyone without someone today.
23014
TIL 2000-year-old graffiti was discovered in the ancient city of Pompeii, such as "On April 19th, I made bread." and "If anyone does not believe in Venus, they should gaze at my girlfriend."
11663
Perfect Circle Cat Croissant (X-Post r/cats)
32720
Black Friday here and almost all of the PS4s are sold out... Except these
9812
[Homemade] The antipasta tray I assembled for Thanksgiving. Includes Salami, Pepperoni, Smoked Cheddar, Sharp Cheddar, Extra Sharp Cheddar, Cranberry/Cinnamon/Feta log, and a Sharp Cheddar/Swiss/Almond log.
17519
People are spreading the false rumor that NN is protected under a 2010 law. Verizon sued the FCC in 2014 and got the NN provisions removed! Don't let this rumor take hold!
36317
oh hello ??
56973
FCC Releases Net Neutrality Killing Order, Hopes You're Too Busy Cooking Turkey To Read It
25029
The rarest fidget spinner
4897
[BotW] I love the horse AI in this game.
11945
The floating audience at Pink Floyd’s concert in Venice 1989
25577
500
20507
If you woke up to find you were still 14 years old, and you had just been dreaming of what adult life might be like, how would you react?
3185
PSA: If you're going Black Friday shopping...
52047
Families of 44 dead submarine crew react with fury as Argentine Navy confirms an explosion was recorded last week when it vanished - One widow branded the Navy "perverse b******s" for allowing family members to continue to believe their loved ones could be found alive.
20679
Living in the fallout zone from a nuclear disaster would be no worse for our health than living in London, due to its scale of pollution.
20760
Free falling.
2314
Duality
5643
Timelapse of a Giant hornet queen building a nest
11754
North Korean defector is now conscious and stable.
4607
Freddie Mercury died on this day, 26 years ago. This was his last known picture.
20414
hmmm
19425
ThanksgivingBae for hire
35242
Happy Thanksgiving, no matter what you're eating!
14687
This guy can balance almost anything
10371
Little human and his lantern
3121
Magic.
22942
My son is growing his hair out to "look like Anakin." Then, yesterday he got kicked by the cat. He also doesn't like sand.
49404
The edge of the knife in this Swiss restaurant was shaped to show off many of the peaks found in the Swiss Alps.
19595
this guy
47132
I was never jealous of kids these days and the awesome cakes they get for their birthdays. But let me tell you, at 32, I truly understand the joy of receiving one of those awesome cakes. PS the Master Sword was not edible.
8098
My English teacher’s agenda.
35291
Me irl
2887
Suicidal Tendencies - Institutionalized [thrash]
10235
That moment when Netflix thinks you have kids because you watch Clone Wars everyday smh
16553
A month late or 11 months early. Some advice for for next Halloween!
3220 comiconomist This is one of the shitiest headlines I have ever seen: it gives the impression the (acting) FTC chair holds the *exact opposite view* than she actually expresses in her speech. Here's a relevant extract of the article that does a better job summarizing her view: > A speech Tuesday by the acting chairperson of the Federal Trade Commission **pushes back, hard, against a growing clamor among those who fear Internet companies are getting too big**. > Speaking at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., Maureen Ohlhausen said that the public must **ask itself whether unelected government bureaucrats are the best qualified to pick the winners and losers in high tech markets**. > ... > As Ohlhausen put it in her speech, **the fear is that** “we are spiraling towards a dystopian future where a few giant technology companies will ultimately gain sustained control over our economic lives.” > ... > Current U.S. antitrust regulations focus on consumer welfare. **Ohlhausen said technological platforms don't necessarily win simply because they had a big portion of the market at one time**. > ... > The litmus test, for her, is that **antitrust enforcement must turn on the specific facts on an individual case, with the focus of actual likely harm to consumers**. The goal, she said, is to "protect free and open markets for the benefit of consumers." > ... > **U.S. antitrust rules have come to focus solely on the potential damage to consumers, so if prices remain low, the damage to distributors and other middle-men, and the potential damage to the entire nation's commercial infrastructure, is not considered.** > ... > Ohlhausen ended her speech by saying that she was neither "a champion of today's leading Internet firms nor their foe." > Rather, she, and the FTC, have "vigorously supported policy positions that they sometimes love and sometimes hate." People should read the fracking article, and whoever wrote that headline is either incredibly incompetent or incredibly overworked. Edit: The headline now reads "Internet companies too big? FTC chair says more than market share counts", which is a fair headline - now we just need Reddit to be able to edit headlines as well!
4068 azurecyan Some would say we're already there.
719 3346378 So stop giving them tax dollars and regulatory protections.
203 W0LF_JK **Short history on Trade Monopolies in US**. The anti-Sherman trust act (1890) was made so as to be almost unenforceable. Loosely worded so as to discourage monopolies but keep the state from enforcing it in any applicable ways. In *United States v E.C Knight Company (1895)* the nail was put in the coffin when the government was rebuffed and the courts deemed an exchange of stock that gave the Knight company control of 95 percent of the sugar refining business not a trade. **This changed.** In 1901 in order to corner the New England market James Jerome Hill (President of the Great Northern Railway) backed by J.P Morgan (President of Northern Pacific Railroad) started a buyout of the Chicago, Burlignton, and Quincy railroad which was countered by President of the Union and Southern Pacific Railroad-->Edward Henry Harriman. This 'stock war' threatened to cause a crash on the New York Stock Exchange but thankfully Harriman backed out and the duo won control. In order to prevent another 'stock war' James Hill and J.P Morgan put the three companies under the control of the Northern Securities Company--> a **holding company** that had voting control over all of the three of railroads. This is where it gets interesting. President McKinley personally didn't believe it a monopoly and didn't care. Yet he was assassinated not long after he took office and his VP took his place. President Roosevelt compared to his predecessor did see the Northern Securities company a monopoly and got his Justice department to go after it. Ultimately this was decided in *Northern Securities Company vs United States (1904)*. Interestingly enough the government was able to convince the court that an exchange of stock was indeed a trade reversing their decision from the *Knight Case (1895)*. This small change paved the way for progressivism to keep business accountable in the years following. (Note: The anti Sherman trust act has since been hobbled again which is why we haven't seen a major prosecution since Enron) [**Semantics let alone Technology can make a hell of a difference in regards to upholding laws.**](https://www.policeone.com/police-products/investigation/articles/389338006-From-RICO-to-analytics-How-technology-can-speed-up-gang-investigations/) Tech will save us from The Technology monopoly. Edit: Interesting to note who led the Enron prosecution...
165 cabose7 nothing about how ISPs are too big though...
321 Keinichn My girlfriend and I always joke that it's going to get to the point where Amazon, Google, and Disney are fighting it out for who owns the world.
25 iYeaMikeDave Some of the big tech heads have more logical sounding policies for the economy than actual politicians
122 DoLittlest Amazon has freaked me out for awhile now. Mostly because they don't do much other than make it possible to never leave your house.
50 Murkwater You mean like the three credit bureaus? You know the ones that control what happens to everyone's lives' as far as mortgage, car loans, insurance, being able to buy a house, being able to rent an apartment, or get the right job? Those companies! Those three! Edit: kammaz aund priods... N qustn markz
829 Kaarous Antitrust suits incoming. And they richly deserve it.
65 Jynx3 As opposed to a few credit bureau, a few oil companies, a few banks and a few shopping outlets.