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One of the weakest Saturday essays I can recall. Redefine the word monopoly and voila. My favorite... "A monopoly like Google is different. Since it doesn't have to worry about competing with anyone, it has wider latitude to care about its workers, its products and its impact on the wider world." Interesting article, but it is missing the major point about monopolies. If a company develops a monopoly position (little or no competition) by offering a superior good or service at a fair price in a free market, then that is good for the company, shareholders, customers, and public. But if the company develops the monopoly through government cronyism and coercion, then that is bad for all but the shareholders. Unfortunately, most monopolies are generated through government coercion and interference, and therefore are bad. The articles does have this: "To an economist, every monopoly looks the same, whether it deviously eliminates rivals, secures a license from the state or innovates its way to the top. I'm not interested in illegal bullies or government favorites: By "monopoly," I mean the kind of company that is so good at what it does that no other firm can offer a close substitute."

One of the finest pieces of economic ignorance in decades. There is no such thing as a market monopoly. Only governments can create monopolies, through regulations (even supposedly innocuous ones like patent protections and licensing laws). Mr Thiel is either making up his own definition of monopoly, or he got his ideas from the board game of the same name. Google as an example of a) a company without competition and b) that takes ethics seriously is ridiculous. It's easy, perhaps, to forget about companies like Apple, whose products directly compete (mobile operating systems, devices, mobile search, mapping, cloud storage). Only slightly more understandable is the glaring oversight of Google's complicity with foreign governments who demand censorship of search and video content, access to emails, and other "evil" practices. Of course, ending with a quote from "Anna Karenina" lends far greater gravitas than had Mr Thiel quoted an actual economics sage such as Rothbard or von Mises.

Although the author is too sanguine about monopolies, I disagree with you. Railroads are market monopolies, and provide much better service than when they were tightly regulated prior to 1981. Standard Oil was also largely a market monopoly, although clearly a pernicious one. Government sponsored monopolies (Comcast comes to mind) clearly are disasters for consumers, however. The only ethics Google pays attention to are its own desires to control the population. Schmidt once basically said the general public were a bunch of sheep that had to be guided, by Google of course. Sergey Brin has the same attitude. They are a bunch of arrogant control freaks.


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