Here’s what he had to say…
Recently on Fox News, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) urged his fellow politicians to break up big tech companies to stop them from monopolizing.
According to Breitbart, Hawley stated, “I think Congress ought to adopt new legislation, and I’ve proposed some to do just this, to break up these companies by putting new rules in place about what industries they can own. Take Amazon — why should Amazon be able to own the dominant e-commerce platform in the world and also own a sizable chunk of the cloud with AWS and also have their own product lines that they sell on their Amazon platform gleaned from their competitors? They shouldn’t be able to do those things. They shouldn’t be able to consolidate multiple industries under one heading, under one holding company. Google does the exact same thing — Alphabet, Google, they have Google Cloud, they have got their search platform, of course, they also own the ad market, the digital ad market where they have a mere monopoly share there, too.”
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