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Re: EU Says Microsoft Not Complying with Ruling 2  Kagehi   2005-03-18 11:26:00 
Re: White Plague a Growing Threat Around World 2  esherry   2005-03-16 12:24:36 
Re: Study Says UK Workers Stressed by Deceitful Office Culture 3  krazyken123   2005-03-11 12:15:04 
Re: Travel Safety Tips for Pakistan, India 2  gujarat2002   2005-03-08 12:48:52 
Re: Firefox Still Gaining on IE But Uptake Slowing 2  shadowspawn   2005-03-01 12:02:15 
Re: Online Education Flunks But New Focus May Spark Revival 3  jsener   2005-02-28 13:24:52 
Re: Is Your Logo That Important? 2  Isaiahs   2005-02-18 10:30:06 
Re: Sony Ericsson Planning Walkman Phone in March 2  cc_kevin   2005-02-18 08:55:56 
Re: Corporations Must Function in the Name Economy 2  itsderek23   2005-02-16 12:41:55 
Re: HP To Pay Fiorina $21 Million Severance Package 2  observer   2005-02-14 15:04:30 
Re: European Commission Delays Action on Software Patents 4  peterlinuxins   2005-02-13 01:52:32 
Re: Microsoft Buys Enterprise Security Firm 2  freecode   2005-02-08 14:32:34 
Re: The Web: Push To Tax Online Sales 2  phtatzso   2005-02-05 13:21:56 
Ecommerce Startup 2  quaneiln   2005-01-28 18:24:23 
Re: eBay Rankles Users with Fee Increase 5  screwedebayer   2005-01-26 19:36:27 
Re: E-Mail Traps to Avoid in Business 2  Michel_KOCH   2005-01-20 04:36:01 
Re: EBay's Secret Weapon 8  donnaleemc   2005-01-14 17:50:53 
Re: E-Mail Etiquette in Business Makes a Difference 2  usainsider   2005-01-11 09:50:06 
Re: AOL and First USA Sign Internet's Largest Advertising and Marketing Deal 6  amazingdoc   2005-01-11 09:41:13 
Would an E-Business on a MLM company be considered as E-Commerce? 2  marty123   2005-01-11 06:04:24 

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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.