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Re: GNU/Linux is perfect for corporate domination

From: Sam Holden
Subject: Re: GNU/Linux is perfect for corporate domination
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 17:42:04 -0000
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On 10 Jun 2004 12:12:13 -0700, Snuffelluffogus <> wrote:
> They say that the world is heading the way of global 
> monopolies ; they say economists have warned that these
> monopolistic situations (defined as 4 or 5 firms controlling
> 50-60% of the products/services sold in a market) already
> exist in most domestic US markets

That is a ludicrous definition of "monopolistic situation".

A monopoly is by definition *one* entity controlling "most" of
a market.

That is a "oligopolistic situation", any economistic who calls it
monopolistic clearly isn't a competent economist. "They" are
hence fools for heeding the warnings of some economists who don't
know what they are talking about.

Sam Holden

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