Here’s what the University of Chicago free-market economist in me has to say: Laissez-Faire Kevin Rose. Let it be.
This decentralized system of coordination is viewed by supporters of capitalism as one of its greatest strengths. They argue that it permits many solutions to be tried, and that real-world competition generally finds a good solution to emerging challenges. In contrast, they argue, central planning often selects inappropriate solutions as a result of faulty forecasting.
It appears that Digg has changed their stance towards their ‘economy’.