Infographic: Breaking up Big Tech
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Are tech companies growing "too big to fail?"
In 2018, five tech companies — Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google — earned a combined $800 billion in revenues.
In March, Elizabeth Warren released a campaign ad calling for the breakup of big tech companies. Facebook removed the ad, sparking bipartisan backlash. Today, 2 in 3 Americans — regardless of political party — support the breakup of Big Tech.
This infographic outlines why so many are calling for the tech giants to be broken up and the laws that might make it happen.
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