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It’s not just Apple anymore. A new antitrust probe launched by the House of Representatives examines Facebook, Google, and other tech giants.
“Big Tech plays a huge role in our economy and our world,” said Ranking Member Collins (R-GA). “As tech has expanded its market share, more and more questions have arisen about whether the market remains competitive. Our bipartisan look at competition in the digital markets gives us the chance to answer these questions and, if necessary, to take action. I appreciate the partnership of Chairman Nadler, Subcommittee Chairman Cicilline and Subcommittee Ranking Member Sensenbrenner on these important issues.”
Good to see that it’s a bipartisan probe.
House Democrats will introduce a bill this Wednesday called Save the Internet Act in a bid to restore net neutrality rules.
It must still be voted on in the House of Representatives, however, and signed into law by President Trump, meaning it’s not likely to go further.