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Big Tech targeted in proposed antitrust bills, aiming to break up the likes of Amazon and Google

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House lawmakers introduced new antitrust bills on Friday which could change the tech industry as we know it. The bills address anticompetitive practice and – if passed – could have huge ramifications for the dealings of Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon.

Collectively called “A Stronger Online Economy: Opportunity, Innovation, and Choice,” the proposed bills were introduced following over a year of investigation into the competitive practices of Big Tech companies.



I would like to see google, amazon, and Facebook get broken up. I don't think Apple needs it though. 

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