Could decentralized systems replace Google?

The internet is ruled by a small number of massive corporations. Roger McNamee, Co-founder of Elevation Partners on CNBC, says, “Google, Facebook, Amazon are increasingly just super-monopolies, especially Google … The share of the markets they operate in is literally on the same scale that Standard Oil had … more than 100 years ago—with the big differences that their reach is now global, not just within a single country.” Google now owns over 90 percent of the search engine market, and many fear the growing possibility of monopolistic oppression. Free...

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By: The Next Web - 7 days ago

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