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Wave of small antitrust reform bills planned to thwart Big Tech lobbyists

The chair of the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust panel plans to write multiple smaller bills to force Apple and other tech giants to reform, with the bills potentially ready to launch by May.Legislators in the U.S. government are working on bills to curb the power of larger technology companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook. In the case of one legislator, they plan to tackle the problem by issuing multiple small bills in quick succession.As the head of the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust panel, Rep David Cicilline (D-R.I.) saw what he believed was “deeply disturbing” behavior from the tech companies during the 2020 antitrust probe. To try and fix the behavior, Cicilline told Axios he is in the process of creating numerous smaller bills, possibly more than 10, that could arrive before the summer. Read more…
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