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“As the digital marketplace has become global, it has become commonpractice for businesses to give away some of their very best stuff forfree and lots of it, while ingeniously developing a way to competewith others who want to give away higher and higher value innovationsfor free and still have a business - think Google and Facebook.”
“Remember, as you become a contractor, you have to give away your services forfree to stand any chance of attracting a customer in the free economy.”
“All summer it has been popping up at events and showing films about the local area forfree.”
“I suppose Medicare D at least had the “benefit” of letting Big Pharma and Big Insurance gorge at the Federal trough, which one suspects is the new meaning of Free Market: big business gets taxpayer money forfree.”
“Think of the attack on the DOJ lawyers as an ad campaign that most “news” sources are willing to carry forfree.”
“Until Congress enacted NOTA in 1984, the right of a parent like our client Doreen Flynn to secure otherwise legal medical treatment for her girls had never been conditioned on someone doing something forfree.”
“And the Federal Trade Commission now restricts bloggers from praising books they receive as gifts from publishers, without disclosing the gift, under the theory that bloggers will praise worthless dreck in order to receive it forfree.”
“Yeah but really, so is noting that you were provided the product forfree.”
“Alternatively, they could have merely given the government approved crook $800,000 or a 50% ownership in their business for the privilege of not having their land stolen by said crook forfree.”
“So he was able to borrow $1000 dollars for a number of days forfree.”
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