DOJ to Open Sweeping Antitrust Review of Big Tech MonopoliesChris Menahan
Jul. 23, 2019
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It's about damn time!
The U.S. Department of Justice said Tuesday it is opening a broad antitrust review of big tech companies, that are reportedly separate from probes that already underway.Here's their full statement:
If the issue is suppressing their competition, all one has to do is look at the total war Big Tech has waged on Gab for allowing (some) free speech using Twitter's old policies.
Big Tech not only collude together to censor alt-media and interfere in our elections, they also buy up their rising competitors so no one can threaten their effective monopolies.
Brietbart's Allum Bokhari on Tuesday laid out multiple ways to curb Google's power.
This was one of the best:
Make Google’s search index publicLocal governments regularly let smaller companies get access to utility infrastructure controlled by monopoly providers, there's no reason alternative search engines should not be allowed to have access to Google's search index so they can produce results which are organic (as Google results used to be) rather than results which are censored by a 10,000 strong "army" of social justice warriors.
Standard Oil at the height of its power allegedly controlled 91% of oil refineries, Google right now controls 91% of all search.
They're currently blatantly abusing their power to try and shut down the free press, shut down free speech online and interfere in our elections.
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