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Tech Braces Itself as Senate Gets Ready to Debate Antitrust Bills

This may be the year in which antitrust legislation targeting Big Tech passes in Congress. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to begin marking up the American Innovation and Choice Online Act this week and the Open App Markets Act later on. Regulators feel Google, Meta, Apple and others have too much power, both with mergers and app stores. Learn more about the pending bills, plus steps the Justice Department and FTC are taking on their own to hold tech more accountable

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    What You Need to Know About the Senate Antitrust Bills

    U.S. Senate bill would limit big tech mergers
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    U.S. Senate bill would limit big tech mergers

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    Reuters

    WASHINGTON, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Two U.S. senators have introduced bipartisan legislation that seeks to make it harder for Amazon.com (AMZN.O) and other tech giants to make acquisitions. The office of Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel, said on …

    The true cost of Amazon’s low prices
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    The true cost of Amazon’s low prices

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    Recode - Sara Morrison

    This story is part of a Recode series about Big Tech and antitrust. Over the next few weeks, we’ll cover what’s happening with Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Meta, and Google. On the heels of yet another year of record sales, Amazon is dealing with a couple of unwelcome updates in the new year. The Senate …

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