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YouTube's loss shows a bigger picture
Posted by: Jordi on Friday, February 29, 2008 - 09:04 AM
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The internet has many paradoxes. In a world dominated by powerful organisations, regulators and national interests, it has grown unplanned, unexpected and unrestrained to become one of the epoch-defining technologies of the age. It has no intrinsic mechanisms of trust and only the most obscure mechanisms of control, yet millions of people trust it with the most intimate details of their lives. Commerce depends on it.
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