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"Meanwhile, [Morris] predicts that "money won't work in politics anymore, because you won't be able to reach people by buying television ads," since "the Internet is taking the place of television in politics." So if you're a special interest, where can you take your money to reach the voters? To Morris, of course. He boasts that is "free" because "we get our money from advertisers." And who's going to advertise on a site where people vote on political issues? Why, special interests, naturally."

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Chapter 6 : Database Nation ←  → Andy Oram on the Collections of Information Antipiracy Act.