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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

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


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.

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