Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is calling for the break up of big tech companies including Google, Amazon, Facebook and even Apple.
Citing weak antitrust enforcement leading to a dramatic reduction in competition and innovation in the tech sector, on Friday, the Massachusetts Democrat released an op-ed arguing for the break up of the tech giants to break up monopolies and promote competitive markets.
Warren also made the case that big tech companies have too much power and that similar actions in the past made way for Google and Facebook when the federal government sued Microsoft for violating anti-monopoly laws.
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