Photo by TJ Arnold on Unsplash A top DOJ official just outlined why the agency has everything it needs to go after Big Tech — and Facebook, Google, and Amazon should be nervous June 12th, 2019|Tags: alphabet, amazon, antitrust, apple, department of justice, facebook, google, troy wolverton|On Wednesday June 12, 2019, Troywolv at Business Insider wrote:Makan Delrahim said the current antitrust laws are more than enough to protect competition in the tech industry.Read the original article at businessinsider.comRelated Posts:Google is tech's top spender on lobbying — Facebook…Elizabeth Warren unveils plan to 'break up big…A ‘Terrible’ Idea. Amazon and Facebook Executives…Sen. Elizabeth Warren pushes to break up big tech… Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail About the Author: Troywolv The latest news from Business Insider You can find more of Troywolv's content at twitter.com. Troywolv has recently written 4 articles on similar topics including apple, amazon:"Apple's unveiled new privacy features on Monday that could help it with consumers, but hurt it with developers and regulators". (June 4, 2019)"Animosity between the two companies ratcheted up after Facebook skirted Apple's rules. But that doesn't mean they won't continue doing business". (January 31, 2019)"Microsoft's fiscal first-quarter revenue and profits topped analysts' expectations". (October 24, 2018)"BI PRIME: Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are all touting their respective artificial-intelligence capabilities to would be customers. But most early adopters of AI technologies are turning elsewhere". (October 22, 2018) Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.