Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ShadeDream, Aug 11, 2012.
Actually a good argument, I was expecting a dumb rant. But it does seem like they have a monopoly on all online transactions which really could be illegal.
Good point OP
But who is going to front and pay for all the millions of dollars needed to take on eBay in a legal battle - I suggest nobody!
to win i think you would have to prove that there wasn't a good competitor. ebay's argument would be sort of like when google snuffed out twitter and facebook from its search results, their answer was "just use another search if you don't like it".
now, that's all well and good, but google and ebay damn well know they have over 90% market share. can you imagine a grocery store with 90% market share? you would be totally subject to what that store wanted to charge you.
you've got a good point here.
I would, if I had the money.
Contact a good lawyer that will start a class action lawsuit for nothing, they will gather a million people or so and sue for $10,000,000 or something like that. Each person in the class action lawsuit will get a check for a penny and the lawyers will pocket $9,990,000 BUT by winning the lawsuit they will open up competition for us all So I think it would be good if the lawyers screwed us this once.
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