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Re: Imagine a Web with No Links 7  juan   2001-05-23 13:09:43 
Re: Forum: E-tailers Itemize Customer Loyalty Needs 2  Thomas Ho   2001-05-23 12:50:15 
Re: Report: Motor Vehicle Agencies Race To Internet 3  Pigeon   2001-05-22 12:50:45 
Re: Jupiter Halves Forecast for Online Grocer Revenue 2  David Porter   2001-05-21 16:53:15 
Re: An Online Bargain, Right Under Our Noses 6  celticsfan   2001-05-21 14:49:16 
Re: The Real Price of Sex.com 2  lemonsourgal   2001-05-19 13:09:21 
Re: Study: Baby Boomers To Drive E-Travel Sales 2  Rabbit 1126   2001-05-18 18:40:08 
Re: Hate Peddlers Pushed into Internet Corner 5  TedDrew   2001-05-17 16:25:42 
Re: New Economy - The End or Just the Beginning? 5  Johnson Louis   2001-05-17 10:24:14 
Re: Study: Internet Flower Sites Fail Mother's Day Test 3  Carrie   2001-05-16 16:08:40 
Re: BEA Systems Pulls Ahead After Beating the Street 2  Orrin Watson   2001-05-16 15:51:08 
Re: eBay Sued for Bogus Rolex Auctions 2  feelin4life   2001-05-16 14:46:01 
Re: Internet Usage Report Reveals Shifting Demographics 2  Michael   2001-05-15 08:57:48 
Re: Digital TV: The Future of E-Commerce (Part III) 2  Edward Binder   2001-05-14 12:10:09 
Re: Priceline - Is It the Car or the Driver? 3  Rew Ewhie   2001-05-10 00:16:22 
Re: One Year Ago: Top Graduates Snub Dot-Coms for Consulting Firms 2  Mike Martin   2001-05-09 16:17:33 
Re: Shakeout Time for Internet Brokerages - Part I 3  Clarence   2001-05-09 13:36:26 
Re: Internet Privacy: Back to Basics 7  EB   2001-05-09 12:28:17 
Re: Amazon Falls as Analyst Says 'Sell' 2  Robert   2001-05-09 09:43:32 
Re: Online Gambling Site Settles California Investigation 2  mark byrne   2001-05-08 18:58:35 

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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.