US policymakers seek information from customers

US policymakers seek information from customers

According to Bloomberg, the House of Representatives investigates whether big technology companies have potential violations of antitrust laws and is seeking information from Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook customers about the competitive nature of the digital market and the suitability of existing enforcement. This is the latest development of a bipartisan congress investigation conducted by Mr. David Cicilline, the chairman of the House Antitrust Subcommittee and a Democrat from Rhode Island. The survey of eight-page did not mention any company names, but it sought information about the industries dominated by…

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