In his column, Rudolf Strahm claimed that the new media law that we are going to vote on on February 13 was made for small publishers. In doing so, he relied on false numbers. It is correct: the big ones benefit the most.
In politics there is a bad habit that whoever enters a debate with weak arguments first plays the man. Rudolf Strahm chose this strategy in his column on the new media law by punishing me as a “former, long-forgotten” FDP national councilor. But let us be lenient with this forgetting of the author.
I am not forgiving when wrong facts are used. Strahm claims that according to today’s calculations, the major publishers of