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Re: E-Tail Shakeout Not Over Yet 7  NewsNow   2002-01-21 18:43:33 
Re: Is Online Retailing Recession-Proof? 6  JimPflaum   2002-01-21 17:46:53 
Re: The New War on Cybercrime 3  johne37179   2002-01-21 10:53:43 
Re: Microsoft Sues Internet Software Pirates 10  casesensitive   2002-01-18 09:40:31 
Re: Online Grocery Slowly Gets Back on its Feet 2  dan_39   2002-01-18 08:16:52 
Re: SAP Pours Salt in Commerce One's Wounds 2  m.van.leeuwen   2002-01-18 03:57:34 
Re: Is E-Commerce Being All It Can Be? 3  laurellane   2002-01-17 11:44:52 
Re: Does Crime Pay More on the Web? 2  jluster   2002-01-16 12:15:54 
Re: The Password Is ... Confusion 2  dtrotzer   2002-01-15 10:04:56 
Re: Microsoft Misses Boat With eBooks 2  danmoran   2002-01-12 15:48:30 
Re: Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind 2  ucheabagbodi   2002-01-11 20:50:02 
Re: Report: PC Owners Stay Offline at Home, Shop at Work 3  slosi   2002-01-11 18:15:06 
Re: No Solution Foreseen to Stop Delivery of Pornographic Junk E-Mail 4  jimf12   2002-01-11 13:51:32 
Re: E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101 2  devitry   2002-01-10 23:55:08 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD 8  mdanna   2002-01-09 18:29:10 
Re: Are StarOffice's Hard-Core Backers Really Objective? 3  Time Warp   2002-01-08 12:53:19 
Re: Make Way For The Virtual Check 2  J. Marchant   2002-01-07 21:38:22 
Re: Solving the Silence from Seattle 3  Bill Winn   2002-01-07 20:51:39 
Re: Lands' End Brings Virtual Swimsuits to the Net 2  Rachel Gleason   2002-01-07 15:59:28 
Re: Study: Women Top Online Shoppers 3  Lorraine   2002-01-07 15:05:16 

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Should government regulators force the breakup of big tech companies?
Yes -- it's the only way to restore competition.
No -- breaking them up would make them less useful to consumers.
Yes -- it would encourage entrepreneurship and innovation.
No -- but some regulation is needed to restrict their power.
Yes -- but only the firms that function as utilities.
No -- the government should keep its hands off and let the market decide.