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All of the major tech companies are going their separate ways, making things more difficult for regulators

Business Insider Friday, 11 January 2019
All of the major tech companies are going their separate ways, making things more difficult for regulators· *Investors fell in love with a basket of stocks they called FAANG (for Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google) and rode those investments up a tall curve for years.*
· *Policymakers and regulators found it convenient to paint a single big target on "the big tech platforms" as the spate of privacy- and...
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