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Who pays for Google and Facebook's free lunch?

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 1 March 2019
Who pays for Google and Facebook's free lunch?There may be banks that are too big to be allowed to fail, but don’t doubt that the behemoths of the digital revolution are too big to be regulated.
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