"People who create things nowadays can expect to be prosecuted by highly moralistic people who are incapable of creating anything. There is no way to measure the chilling effect on innovation that results from the threats of taxation, regulation and prosecution against anything that succeeds. We’ll never know how many ideas our government has aborted in the name protecting us."
(1946-2010) Columnist, former editor of National Review
May 13, 1998 (commenting on US vs Microsoft)
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