Arianna Huffington: FTC Should Stop Trying To Save Journalism From The Internet

The FTC is struggling to find a realistic model to ‘protect’ newspapers from the Internet.

So far the proposals have included tax incentives to allow papers to buy each other and save each other and imposing taxes on Internet sites that link out.

Are such models realistic? Should Internet publications live in fear that judgment day is coming?

We sat down with Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post — the fast-growing popular news site/aggregator. Watch Arianna discuss the FTC’s crusade to save traditional journalism in this exclusive Business Insider interview.

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