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    Tim Wu | The New Yorker

    Read more from Tim Wu on The New Yorker. We are Facebook's customers, but we are also its products and we are ultimately resold to others. By Tim Wu 

    It's time to break up Facebook - The Verge

    4 Sep 2018 Tim Wu thinks it's time to break up Facebook. Best known for coining the phrase “ net neutrality” and his book The Master Switch: The Rise and 

    Tim Wu on How Competition Law Could Have Stopped Big Tech

    14 Nov 2018 'A Decade of Cravenness': Tim Wu on How Enforcing Competition Law the head of Facebook, the world's largest social network — which it 

    The Verge: Tim Wu thinks it's time to break up Facebook - Columbia

    The Verge: Tim Wu thinks it's time to break up Facebook. Columbia Global Reports September 4, 2018. Best known for coining the phrase “net neutrality” and his 

    It's time to break up Facebook - The Verge

    4 Sep 2018 Tim Wu thinks it's time to break up Facebook. Best known for coining the phrase “ net neutrality” and his book The Master Switch: The Rise and 

    Tim Wu Explains Why He Thinks Facebook Should Be Broken Up

    5 Jul 2019 Tim Wu, who coined the phrase "net neutrality," spoke with WIRED Editor-in- Chief Nicholas Thompson at the Aspen Ideas Festival.

    Tim Wu: 'The internet is like the classic story of the party that went

    8 Jan 2017 Tim Wu looks back at attempts by entrepreneurs to capture the public when personalisation technology enables Facebook and Google to 

    will artificial intelligence eat the law? the rise of hybrid social - jstor

    Facebook, this Essay suggests displacement of human courts remains a distant prospect See Eric Talley Tim Wu, What Is Blockchain Good for? 5–9 (Feb.

    Tim Wu on Breaking Up Monopolies in the Age of Google

    13 Nov 2018 Companies like Google and Facebook don't look like traditional monopolies-the service they provide is free. But as power has become more 

    5 questions for Tim Wu on Big Tech, antitrust, and the consumer

    19 Feb 2019 Are Facebook, Google, and Apple today's Standard Oil, Northern Securities Company, and US Steel? On this episode, professor Tim Wu 

    The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age: Wu, Tim

    "As Tim Wu argues in The Curse of Bigness, global economic concentration is now Just consider the 5 FAANG companies (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix  

    Tim Wu: This is how you break up Facebook - CNN Video - CNN.com

    17 Dec 2018 CNN's Jon Sarlin talks with Tim Wu, the Columbia Law School professor who coined "net neutrality," about how he believes our economy is 

    The case for breaking up Facebook and Instagram - Washington Post

    28 Sep 2018 Tim Wu is the Julius Silver professor of law, science and technology at Columbia University and the author of "The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in 

    Blind Spot: The Attention Economy and the Law by Tim Wu :: SSRN

    27 Mar 2017 Human attention is a resource. An increasingly large and important sector of the economy, including firms such as Google, Facebook, Snap, 

    For Tim Wu, Breaking Up Facebook Is Just the Beginning - The Atlantic

    28 Jan 2019 For Tim Wu, Breaking Up Facebook Is Just the Beginning. The legal reformer wants to bring back antitrust as the cornerstone of a new political 

    The Guy Behind Net Neutrality Wants to Break Up Facebook - The

    19 Nov 2018 In his new book, legal scholar Tim Wu traces the history of antitrust enforcement in the United States and illustrates how breaking up tech giants 

    Opinion | Facebook Isn't Just Allowing Lies, It's Prioritizing Them

    4 Nov 2019 By refusing to stay out of politics, the company is building the case for its own breakup. Tim Wu. By Tim Wu. Mr. Wu is a law professor at Columbia 

    Working at Carroll Hospital: Tim Wu - Carroll Hospital Health Chat

    18 Jul 2019 Carroll Hospital's mission is to be the heart of health care in our communities. Meet Tim Wu, pharmacy operations manager, and learn why he 

    Tim Wu on Breaking Up Monopolies in the Age of Google

    13 Nov 2018 Companies like Google and Facebook don't look like traditional monopolies-the service they provide is free. But as power has become more 

    Marvin Ammori Susan Crawford Tim Wu – The POLITICO 50

    It was in 2003—pre-Facebook, Twitter and the rest—that Tim Wu first coined the term “net neutrality,” referring to the idea that Internet service providers shouldn't