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Boing Boing 09/21/2019 10:41
In an interview with Bloomberg, Bill Gates dismissed the idea of breakups as a remedy for Big Tech's monopolistic market concentration; Gates said that breaking up an abusive company will just produce more abusive companies. Instead, Gates believes that specific monopolistic activities should be banned. Gates has some company in this position: For example EU competition commission Margrethe Vestager (recently blessed with a ) says that , and instead, she just wants to go on extracting massive fines from tech companies that misbehave (though these fines are ). But it's not just Vestager and Gates: . He says that clear rules will help him steer his company without . The problem with this model is that expensive, difficult-to-implement complia.
GeekWire 09/21/2019 10:35
The world’s maritime industry is beginning to transition from air-fouling, climate-warming diesel fuel to cleaner energy — and Washington state’s ferry fleet is getting on board. The state Department of Transportation is putting together a deal to convert three of its largest ferries into electric-diesel hybrids, and recently marked an agreement to build up to five new, slightly smaller hybrid ferries. “The entire traditional [maritime] industry is shifting around the globe. It’s almost like the shift from sail to steam,” said Joshua Berger, the maritime sector lead for Gov. Jay Inslee at the state’s Department of Commerce. Washington leaders and…

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