Google doesn’t have a leadership problem, it’s just getting old. Plus, another EC investigation, and why Amazon’s advertising business is well-placed.
A package of new proposed laws for regulating tech companies are in part a negotiating ploy, but also an indicator of change.
Amazon’s purchase of MGM makes sense strategically, but also points to bigger ambitions; it also highlights how a lot of antitrust talk is actually anti-monopoly.
Distribution on the Internet is free; what matters is controlling demand. AT&T and Verizon didn’t understand the distinction.
An interview with Brad Stone about his new book about Amazon, how the company has changed, and his outlook for a post-Bezos future.
AWS’s responses to Cloudflare are still predicated on an assumption of centralizaion; the truth is in the middle, and the status quo is powerful.
Cloudflare is uniquely positioned to become a major player in an Internet 3.0 world, where politics matter more than economics.
Infrastructure companies need a distinct approach to moderation that focuses on neutrality and due process.
The upcoming renewal of NFL rights is a marker in what will be a decade of upheaval in TV.
Truly unlocking competition in tech means increasing interoperability; an absolutist approach to privacy is doing the exact opposite.