State attorneys general to kick off antitrust investigation into tech biggies

State attorneys general to kick off antitrust investigation into tech biggies

As per reports, a group of state attorneys general could launch a probe in Sep. to look into whether companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon use their power to stifle competition. It follows the DOJ last month announcing its own antitrust review of how online platforms achieved market power. Subsequently, a dozen state attorneys general met with the DOJ to discuss the investigation.

Timothy
Timothy
Daddy Tito
Daddy Tito 5 months

They lied to Congress and got caught... do something!

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 5 months

Socialist media publishers, run by communists, funded by Oil Kingdoms, for the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party.  Corrupting the marketing data with grievance study fiction and debunked Marxist theory.  Costing American companies billions.

Brandon Spears
Brandon Spears 5 months

Actually I hope they do the investigation and find evidence of stifling competition because this could finally give other platforms a better chance if more people actually know other platforms exists

Wholly
Wholly 5 months

"A lot"? Name them.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 5 months

Socialist media publishers, run by communists, funded by Oil Kingdoms, for the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party.  Corrupting the marketing data with grievance study fiction and debunked Marxist theory.  Costing American companies billions.

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