Hey, what a surprise! As mentioned in comments yesterday, the Financial Times have been talking to Ilya Merenzon.
And what has Ilya Merenzon told them?
Same nonsense Ilya Merenzon usually tells people.
Except this time, the hundreds of millions of us are online.
How does he get away with it?
I guess he gets away with it because the journalists he talks to don't know any better. (Though you'd think they ought to ask themselves, you know, hundreds of millions? Really?)
But shouldn't writers for the Financial Times know better? Isn't knowing better what the Financial Times is for?
Apparently not. It's not the first time.
[Thanks to Matt Fletcher]