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The Battle That Will Define Big Tech for Decades - Will Oremus

plainte - 25 octobre 2020

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Google’s antitrust case won’t reshape the industry. But it’s the start of something that might.
The Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Google got a lot of attention this week, and understandably so. It mirrors the landmark antitrust case against Microsoft two decades ago, which stands as the prototypical example of the U.S. government grappling with a big tech company’s power.
But it is also, in many ways, a narrow case : It focuses exclusively on Google’s dominance of internet (...)



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