“Thirty years ago, almost no one used the Internet for anything. Today, just about everybody uses it for everything. Even as the Web has grown, however, it has narrowed. Google now controls nearly ninety per cent of search advertising, Facebook almost eighty per cent of mobile social traffic, and Amazon about seventy-five per cent of e-book sales … the new monopolies are even more powerful than the old ones, which tended to be limited to a single product or service.” This is an important issue that you’ll be hearing a lot more about in the near future. From The New Yorker: Who Owns the Internet? (Don’t ask me, I just edit it…)