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How would you break up big tech?
https://onezero.medium.com/how-breaking-...aceb3140ab

Article talks about various ideas for breaking up Big Tech.

To me it seems like what Apple is doing is simple anti-trust violations which get punished with fines.

Google needs to go. They don't really discuss in the article its domination of advertising and the influence of its search engine on that.
08-30-2020 09:53 AM
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RE: How would you break up big tech?
From what I have researched- Until users can own their data, free services will be an issue. Privacy is so underrated with today's technology.
10-11-2020 01:58 PM
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RE: How would you break up big tech?
https://americanconsequences.com/big-tec...el-bovard/

Article arguing that it is necessary. That these big tech companies are intertwined with government and have become the public square.
02-02-2021 07:57 PM
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