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Demonopolizing the Internet with Interoperability

How to shift power away from big tech and back to communities and individuals

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The Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery has just published my editorial, “Competitive Compatibility: Let’s Fix the Internet, Not the Tech Giants,” explaining how interoperability was once an engine for competition and user…

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