In an interview with Guardian Unlimited, Digg co-founder and chief executive Jay Adelson hints about the future of Digg and the potential for others to freely copy it.

Some key points: he would like to expand in areas such as videos, pictures, and business but not push in other areas such as politics or sports. He says that he does not intend to sell the website despite estimates that range from $100 million to over $300 million, and that he would like to offer the technology behind his website freely and openly rather than license it out to other websites.

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