Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

Global tech giants have been accused by US lawmakers of creating unfair market conditions that suppress competition. The CEO’s with four of America’s biggest names in technology appeared before Congress to answer questions from an antitrust panel. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Alphabet Google’s Sundar Pichai, Apple’s Tim Cook and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos denied they are crushing competitors and acting like cartels.


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5 thoughts on “Big Tech CEOs grilled by Congress in antitrust hearing | DW News”
  1. It’s called CAPITALISM, this is the nature of it, monopolies will naturally occur. It’s the Congress that needs to act, here’s a hint “The Sherman Antitrust Act”

  2. What’s liberal about maintaining a facial recognition database on people and selling it to police departments? That’s Amazon, I’m sure Google and Facebook and Apple have plenty of other policies that are anything but liberal. I don’t consider any of these monolithic corporations to be, “liberal.”

  3. Im with the belief, congress needs to look into their own platforms and their
    “own security” of anti-trust laws.

    How many people of America, were informed the
    Credit bureau’s were hacked by China, not too long ago?

    My entire credit report was wiped clean.
    Im 53 years old, and have had a life time of credit,
    And NOW I have NO credit at all!

    And still, I have yet to be notified of ANY breech!

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