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Breaking Up Facebook Would Be a Big Mistake
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Why Spotify Is Such an Awkward—and Necessary—Critic of Apple’s Power
How Silicon Valley Will Try to Kneecap Elizabeth Warren’s Antitrust Plan Before It Has Legs
Is Trump’s Attempt to Stop the AT&T–Time Warner Merger Impeachable?
The Government Made the Wrong Argument in Its Failed Challenge to the AT&T–Time Warner Merger
The Hype Over 5G Would Be Hilarious if It Didn’t Come With Serious Consequences
A New Head of Antitrust in the House Could Mean Big Changes for Big Tech
Elizabeth Warren Is the Perfect Antitrust Crusader for 2020
Trump Is Even Worse at Enforcing White-Collar Crimes Than George W. Bush Was
The HQ2 Contest Was Another Example of Amazon Behaving Like a Monopoly
HBO Suffers First Blackout Due to Dispute with Dish Network
Even Donald Trump Is Upset That Social Networks Banned Alex Jones, but Conservatives Have Themselves to Blame
The Tech Companies Are Showing Their Power to Regulate Speech by Booting Alex Jones. We Should Fear It.
The Big Problem With the EU’s Approach to Antitrust Enforcement in Tech
EU Hits Google with $5 Billion Fine for Breaking Antitrust Rules in Android Business