At least in the sort of context we're talking about here, the "real market price" you mentioned is what someone is prepared to pay for something, no more and no less.
When the price of goods divorces entirely from the cost to produce them, the pricing model turns to "extraction". Just you wait until Amazon wins the pricing war...
With the snooper's charter and digital rights acts, there'll be nothing to look at on your snazzy 4G connection anyway - the government will have censored it all.
In soviet Britain, Internet looks at you!
I wonder how many Linux people have two friends to infect?
Necessity drives innovation.
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