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By Sébastien Soriano

From the edge of the network, from a scattering of garages and dorm rooms, a handful of services made their way from the mind of their makers to each and everyone’s pocket. In the blink of an eye, we have seen revolutionary services turn into firms that have grown and mushroomed and, for some, become unstoppable machines.


The technology giants have concentrated power in too few hands, writes SÉBASTIEN SORIANO, chairman of France’s regulator, Arcep. He proposes ‘Robin Hood’ style regulation to redistribute internet wealth to the many.

Intermedia Issue:
Volume 47, Issue 02
Issue Date:
July 2019
Competition Policy, Privacy, Safety, Security
Sébastien Soriano Sébastien Soriano Chairman, Autorité De Régulation Des Communications Électroniques Et Des Postes (ARCEP), France

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