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04/19/2017: How the internet got ruined

04/19/2017: How the internet got ruined

Apr 19, 2017

The money-hungry creators of platforms like YouTube and Facebook completely destroyed the freedom that the internet once represented — according to Jonathan Taplin. Taplin, author of the new book "Move Fast and Break Things" joined us to talk about the…

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How the internet went from a hippie project to a game of Monopoly

by Molly Wood Apr 19, 2017
In 'Move Fast and Break Things,' Jonathan Taplin examines how the wild web's big players became overlords.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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