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Ms. Warren’s plan would also force the rollback of some acquisitions by technological giants, the campaign said, including Facebook’s deals for WhatsApp and Instagram, Amazon’s addition of Whole Foods, and Google’s purchase of Waze. Companies would be barred from transferring or sharing users’ data with third parties. Dual entities, such as Amazon Marketplace and AmazonBasics, would be split apart.
so... who pays for this?
Let Google compile & distribute the index-- should read, let Google compile and distribute "it's own index" outside of DoubleClick and it's other properties -- Let Google learn, first hand, what it actually means to compete.
Amazon created thousands of jobs internally and externally for sellers.
... so we're openly discussing forcing an entity to provide services (labor, resources...) for free.
so... who pays for this?I thought that was elementary, not needing any explanation, but here we go:
[edited by: heisje at 7:41 pm (utc) on Mar 11, 2019]
Not to some, apparently.
That crowd is pretty much Google's ads.Correct! Difference is efficiency & competition will end up reducing ad charges and the colossal/abnormal ad profits Google gets today. And yes, this industry will become less profitable, to the benefit of other businesses (including millions of small businesses) and ultimately the consumer - even so will remain robustly profitable I expect.
[edited by: heisje at 9:45 pm (utc) on Mar 11, 2019]
split indexing from display, so that multiple search providers may use the index to present search results in the most distinct & competitive way they see fit
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[edited by: cnvi at 8:45 pm (utc) on Mar 15, 2019]
split indexing from display, so that multiple search providers may use the index to present search results in the most distinct & competitive way they see fit - and let consumers decide which provider fits them best. Let Google compile & distribute the index, as happens today, but under broad guidelines benefiting consumers.
I doubt the CIA would allow their Lifelog..er I mean Facebook to be broken up and all connected to it.