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  30. Six years ago, I was pressured to unpublish a critical piece about Google's monopolistic practices after the company got upset about it. In my case, the post stayed unpublished. I
  32. was working for Forbes at the time, and was new to my job.
  33. ...
  34. Google never challenged the accuracy of the reporting. Instead, a Google spokesperson told me that I needed to unpublish the story because the meeting had been confidential, and
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  39. Sometimes the threat is explicit:
  40. "You're already asking very difficult questions to Mr. Juncker,' the YouTube employee said before Birbes' interview in an exchange she captured on video.'You're talking about
  42. corporate lobbies. You don't want to get on the wrong side of YouTube and the European Commissiona€| Well, except if you don't care about having a long career on YouTube.'
  43. Concentrated source of power manipulates the media. Not new, rather typical. Which is precisely why monopolies should be broken up once they have a track record of abusing the
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  50. never threaten the people's sovereignty over our nation.
  51. How much control can one entity get before it becomes excessive?
  52. Google controls upwards of 80 percent of global search-and the capital to either acquire or crush any newcomers. They are bringing us a hardly gilded age of prosperity but
  54. depressed competition, economic stagnation, and, increasingly, a chilling desire to control the national conversation.
  55. Google thinks their business is too complex to exist in a single organization. They restructured to minimize their legal risks:
  56. The switch is partly related to Google's transformation from a listed public company into a business owned by a holding company.? The change helps keep potential challenges in one
  58. business from spreading to another, according to Dana Hobart, a litigator with the Buchalter law firm in Los Angeles.
  59. Isn't that an admission they should be broken up?
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  61. Early Xoogler Doug Edwards wrote: "[Larry Page] wondered how Google could become like a better version of the RIAA - not just a mediator of digital music licensing - but a
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