Bipartisan Antitrust Bills Would Break Up Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook

Bipartisan Antitrust Bills Would Break Up Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook


A group of bipartisan House members introduced legislation Friday that would break up Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook.

According to a press release from Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), the bills aim to “expand opportunities for consumers, workers, and small business owners by holding unregulated Big Tech monopolies accountable for anti-competitive conduct.”

The legislation has support from both sides of the aisle.

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As The Wall Street Journal reports:

Each of the bills has both Republicans and Democrats signed onto it, with more expected to join in the coming days, congressional aides said. A total of seven Republicans are backing the bills, with a different group of three signing on to each measure, according to a person familiar with the situation.

“Not only is self-regulation by Big Tech patently ineffective, but it also comes at the direct expense of workers, consumers, small businesses, our local communities, and the free press,” said Rep. Jayapal — who helps to lead the House Antitrust Subcommittee — in the

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