Government’s Internet Monopoly – Wall Street Journal

The Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission high-fived each other last week, teaming up to reject the $45 billion merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. There was no explanation of what law this consolidation in the declining cable industry would have violated, but Obama administration officials don’t let such details stand in their way.

Comcast and Time Warner don’t compete in any market in the U.S., which meant there was no antitrust problem. But departing Attorney General Eric Holder reinterpreted…

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