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MicroSourcing

A potential problem that can arise with networked media, especially ones run by very influential names like Google, is the tendency for monopoly. It can get very hard for small companies and start-ups to get a profitable share of the market.

James Cherkoff

Hi MS, looks like the boss of Miramax agrees with you...

“Apple is the strongest company in the music industry because there was not enough competition, and still to this day there is not enough competition."

That said, monopolistic industries are not a new thing.

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