June 30, 2012

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    Infringement and Innovation in Online Platforms

    I want to dilate slightly on a point I made in a recent post at the Cato blog thinking about the Megaupload takedown and online innovation: The last innovation is always safe. That’s why it’s easy to claim concrete examples of the harm regulation might do are hyperbolic fearmongering: Nobody’s going…

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    Average Is Over – NYTimes.com

    In an essay, entitled “Making It in America,” in the latest issue of The Atlantic , the author Adam Davidson relates a joke from cotton country about just how much a modern textile mill has been automated: The average mill has only two employees today, “a man and a dog. The man is there to feed the…

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