When people argue FOR YouTube’s right to discriminate, as “it is a Private Company”… I can’t help but think of a certain Baker who refused to bake a certain wedding cake and the ensuing firestorm and outrage that followed.

Or my “hypocrisy meter” is out of whack? Whatever the case may be, it still astounds me with how much veracity and force people will protect the rights of corporations … Read more

Fun corporate law fact: The threshold determination for an anti-monopoly lawsuit under the Sherman Act is typically for the company in question to possess between 70% and 80% market share in the industry. YouTube's market share of online video? 75.68%.

Google already broke itself up into the Alphabet. I personally believe they did it specifically to fend off anti-trust suits.   h/t pray_for_kekistan