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Episode #003 Jonathan Taplin

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Maybe it was reading the book, “Move Fast And Break Things” by Jonathan Taplin, that somewhat inspired me to start this podcast. The book tracks the hijacking of the internet by today’s tech giants and monopolists, Google, Facebook and Amazon, and it’s one of those books that should be a subject in school classes. It is incredibly eye opening, revelatory and just really interesting and fascinating. So here’s my contribution to taking this here internet back. A podcast. Pretty naive right? Oh well, let’s try and do something…!

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