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Viewpoint: L. Gordon Crovitz

FromThe Wall Street Journal: “Silicon Valley has long prided itself on avoiding the lumbering relationship between big government and most industries...

“Silicon Valley has long prided itself on avoiding the lumbering relationship between big government and most industries, but somehow it has become one of the top lobbyists in Washington. Internet companies staffed up their Washington offices in part to fend off regulations that would undermine the ad-supported services they provide to consumers. [But] rather than lobby government to go after one another, Silicon Valley lobbyists should unite to go after overreaching government. Instead of the ‘suicide impulse’ of lobbying for more regulation, Silicon Valley should seek deregulation and a long-overdue freedom to return to its entrepreneurial roots.”

L. Gordon Crovitz in The Wall Street Journal

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