Over on Salon, Andrew Leonard reminds us that there are a growing heap of for-profit ventures that stand to do well for themselves should the "sharing economy" take hold, especially should they be able to rewrite the regulatory landscape to ease the path of their particular business models. It’s in that light that he sees the launch of the new Peers that I covered yesterday.
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