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Justice Department Opens Antitrust Review of Big Tech Companies

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by SummerMadness, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. SummerMadness

    SummerMadness Senior Veteran

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    Justice Department Opens Antitrust Review of Big Tech Companies
     
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  2. thecolorsblend

    thecolorsblend If God is your Father, who is your Mother?

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    Excellent, long overdue.
     
  3. Tanj

    Tanj Redefined comfortable middle class

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    I agree, why have 2 pointless inquiries when you can have 3. What a great use of tax payer money.
     
  4. joshua 1 9

    joshua 1 9 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Long meaning what? A day, a week a month? These tech companies have not been around for very long. Amazon has gone from nothing 22 years ago to the biggest company today. This is what they use to refer to as overnight success. If people knew they were going to be as big as they are today then people should have invested in them and made themselves some money.
     
  5. Arcangl86

    Arcangl86 Newbie

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    I'm curious to see how this turns out, because anti-trust law has historically been interpreted to be about consumer prices, and since two of the big three tech companies are free, I wonder how that applies.
     
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