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Barry Diller, chairman and CEO of IAC/InterActiveCorp, created a stir last Friday when he said Web users will have to pay for what they watch and use. Diller, whose company runs the Ask.com search engine and Match.com dating service (he is also the chairman of Expedia Inc. and Ticketmaster Entertainment Inc.), is the latest media mogul to predict the era of free Internet content is ending.

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