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Big tech, Twitter bans and Bing: U.S. Democrats spar over Silicon Valley on debate stage

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
U.S. Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren went after big tech during the Democratic debate on Tuesday but brushed off rival Kamala Harris's challenge to join her in calling for President Donald Trump's suspension from Twitter.
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News video: While Approaches Differ, 2020 Dems Agree: Big Tech Is Too Big

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Candidates at the fourth debate differed on how the government should regulate — or break up — massive tech conglomerates, but the overall position was the same across the board: Tech has gotten too big and too powerful.

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