PARIS — Viasat, Eutelsat and SES sharpened their objections to SpaceX’s planned Starlink constellation of 12,000 satellites, saying the network poses risks not only for space traffic management and orbital debris, but also as a monopoly.

The monopoly argument is new, and might appear incongruous, given that these same companies have said for years that low-orbiting broadband systems that depend on commercial markets are doomed to financial collapse:

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