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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pronounced Tuesday that he would “absolutely” demeanour to mangle adult Big Tech giants like Facebook, Amazon and Google on antitrust grounds.
Speaking during a Washington Post event, Sanders privately singled out Facebook as carrying “incredible energy over a economy, over a domestic life of this nation in a really dangerous sense.”
He also settled that Amazon is “moving really fast to be a monopoly.”
Sanders’ comments come during a hazardous time for Silicon Valley, that is confronting increasing inspection from lawmakers on Capitol Hill and a awaiting of being damaged adult or subjected to difficult new regulations.
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“And it’s not only Amazon,” Sanders said, according to Politico. “I consider we need powerful antitrust legislation in this nation since we are saying – you name a area, either it’s pharmaceuticals, either it is Wall Street, either it is high tech – fewer and fewer enormous companies owning those sectors.” He would designate an profession ubiquitous “who would mangle adult these outrageous corporations,” he added.
Democratic presidential claimant Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pauses while vocalization during a forum on Friday, Jun 21, 2019, in Miami. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.,who is battling Sanders and roughly dual dozen other possibilities for a Democratic 2020 presidential nomination, called for a dissection of Amazon, Google and Facebook behind in March.
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