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The Three Key Takeaways

Three lessons from Without Their Permission to help you bring your own internet startup to life:

  • All startups have to solve a real problem, but it doesn’t have to be a well-known one.
  • The internet can amplify anything, so be careful what you put out.
  • We have to fight to keep the internet open and uncensored.


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