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How to Rein In Powerful Companies Without Ruining the US Tech Industry

MacNewsWorld Sunday, 7 April 2019
How to Rein In Powerful Companies Without Ruining the US Tech IndustryElizabeth Warren's desire to curtail Facebook, Amazon and other companies that have misused their massive power -- or may do so in the future -- is well founded. The U.S. appears to be trending toward civil war, and I'd place social media in general on the wrong side of this trend. However, we need a plan that will cure the problem without killing the patient.
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