Re: Why should I be worried about the merger? NOT
That means the barrier to entry for new products and new
options is based on market forces not government fiat.
There is no reason to assume Adobe, or any other company will spend
millions to acquire products with large market share just to kill them.
I don't know about 'assume', but it's as likely a motivation as any.
If Abobe were to somehow acquire a government monopoly concern there'd be plenty of folks insisting they gut it, as though that were the natural thing to do. :O
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