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A New Head of Antitrust in the House Could Mean Big Changes for Big Tech

Jan 17, 2019 - Slate Magazine
Board and Executive Moves

The most recent major antitrust case in the U.S. happened 20 years ago, when the federal government went after Microsoft. In the decades since, technology companies like Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon have sprung up and, relatively free from political consequence, grown to subsume the entire internet. The result is vast and frequently horrificconsequences for how we exchange and receive information, the ramifications of which we are just starting to comprehend. Neither Congress nor the Fede...