Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google to Face Congress on Antitrust Issues
Tech giants are scheduled to testify before Congress on Tuesday.
Next Tuesday, July 16, representatives from Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will testify before the House Antitrust Subcommittee to discuss concerns that “a small number of dominant, unregulated platforms have extraordinary power over commerce, communication and information online.” The federal government is concerned that the dominance these companies wield over the marketplace hampers competition. The antitrust committee will conduct a top-to-bottom review, the first time Congress has undertaken such an investigation of this area.
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