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Among the most cogent arguments against micropayments, drawing on comparisons from other disciplines. Micropayments will work “for services…

Among the most cogent arguments against micropayments, drawing on comparisons from other disciplines. Micropayments will work “for services with a fixed value, such as a service that makes prints from your digital camera, or records a phone conversation to send it to you in an email, or provides mobile Internet access and prioritized packet delivery. They won’t work for intellectual property, which always has a variable and unpredictable worth.”

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