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Re: The Operational Risk Management Rules of the Road 2  mroonie   2006-09-06 10:21:09 
Re: Backing Up Your Web Site Data: An Overlooked Necessity 2  aschroeder2   2006-09-05 03:56:36 
Re: To Pop-Up, or Not To Pop-Up, That Is the Question 2  Li-Yan   2006-08-06 07:54:39 
Re: Wealthy Use Offshore Tax Havens to Cheat System 2  BLane   2006-08-02 10:06:50 
Re: Wal-Mart China Workers Form Union 2  smoliar   2006-07-31 09:07:54 
Re: Expectations May Be Too High for Baidu.com 2  smoliar   2006-07-29 08:42:21 
Re: Sides Line Up in Google-Perfect 10 Fight 2  vkeris   2006-07-26 12:01:07 
Re: Mobile Phone Sales Surged in 2004, but Slowdown Coming 2  searchrajat   2006-07-21 01:39:07 
Re: Credit Card Security Revamp in Works 2  PaulNews   2006-07-15 02:40:45 
Re: Covad, EarthLink To Provide Hybrid VoIP, Broadband Service 2  ruehara   2006-07-08 07:12:05 
Re: Vonage IPO: The VoIP Race Is On 2  appeters   2006-07-07 15:48:28 
Re: How Search Engine Rankings Help Your Brand's Online Reputation 2  mile   2006-06-19 13:56:01 
Re: Internet Ads Rise 38 Percent in First Quarter 2  generalresear   2006-06-15 20:06:41 
Re: Search Tie-Up May Unlock MySpace Profit Potential 2  smoliar   2006-06-14 13:27:43 
Re: Profits Elusive When It Comes to Podcasting 2  revry   2006-06-07 21:10:31 
Re: How to Keep Your Data from Blowing in the Wind 2  tripn   2006-06-06 10:16:33 
Re: Vonage Hit With Shareholder Lawsuit 2  echuether   2006-06-05 12:32:05 
Re: Adobe, Microsoft Could Be Headed to Court Over PDF Support 2  jbrianclark   2006-06-04 20:12:35 
Re: Starting an Indian Call Center: The Purple Case Study 2  vatika   2006-06-01 06:46:30 
Re: Autoworkers To Get AOL 29  gumpy   2006-05-20 02:42:15 

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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.