EPISODE 16   |   FEBRUARY 18, 2019

THE VIRTUAL ORGANISM

PART ONE

How have so many Big Tech companies become monopolies? And perhaps more importantly, should anything be done to stop them? To find the answer, we follow the untold origin story of YouTube and how the founders of Vimeo impacted the worldwide development of online video.

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EPISODE 16   |   FEBRUARY 18, 2019

THE VIRTUAL ORGANISM

PART ONE

How have so many Big Tech companies become monopolies? And perhaps more importantly, should anything be done to stop them? To find the answer, we follow the untold origin story of YouTube and how the founders of Vimeo impacted the worldwide development of online video.

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Patrick Courrielche: Something’s happening and we all feel it. America is waking up to the awesome
power of Silicon Valley.

Tucker Carlson: Well Google beyond doubt is one of the most powerful companies in the world. Is it a monopoly?

Stuart Varney: People are asking if Amazon is a monopoly, or acting
monopolistically.

CNBC Commentator: Facebook Amazon Alphabet Apple and Microsoft. These companies now have virtual monopolies. In fact, they’ve figured out how to game the
justice department…

Scott Galloway: Well, it’s awesome to be a monopoly in a growing economy.

Alan Patricof: Facebook is addictive today. Google is
addictive. They’re virtual monopolies.

Patrick Courrielche: Everywhere you look you see Silicon Valley monopolies. How did so many Big Tech companies become monopolies? And perhaps more importantly, should anything be
done about it?

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