David Auerbach

Slate

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Writer of the Bitwise column for Slate

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When one player takes over an industry, it’s called a monopoly. There are laws that protect against monopolies in the U.S., but one industry has managed to escape them so far.

Porn Industry Monopoly

When one player takes over an industry, it’s called a monopoly. There are laws that protect against monopolies in the U.S., but one industry has managed to escape them so far.

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