Big Tech’s Antitrust Paradox – WSJ

Big Tech’s Antitrust Paradox – WSJ

Everyone seems to hate America’s giant tech companies these days—except the hundreds of millions of people who use their products. Amid the new political and antitrust scrutiny of Big Tech, this not-so-small matter of consumer benefit should be the legal and policy watchword.

Wednesday’s House hearing with the CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google showed the bipartisan hostility to America’s most successful companies. Democrats say they’re too big, powerful and examples of non-union capitalist success. Republicans dislike…


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