The senators are on opposite sides of the aisle, but both speak out on the dangers of big tech in their new books. It’s weird, really, how alike they sound.
The dictionary doesn’t have enough superlatives to describe what’s happening to the five biggest technology companies, raising uncomfortable questions for their C.E.O.s.
It may be a choice to make rules for technology too early rather than too late.
The debate reflects our discomfort with the power of Big Tech and our desire to hold someone accountable.
The Journalism and Competition Preservation Act aims to give smaller news publishers the ability to band together to bargain with online platforms for higher fees for distributing their content.
Government antitrust lawsuits have created openings for numerous private cases against Big Tech, with more expected to come. If successful, the cases could cost them dearly.
A vote on a bill this week is part of a movement that could cost Apple and Google billions of dollars. State legislatures are becoming the fight’s new front.
Analysts estimate that the tax will generate up to $250 million for schools in the state in the first year. It will also probably face fierce legal challenges.
The new administration will try to restrain Big Tech, manage China and expand internet access.
What the Microsoft case teaches us about antitrust and the power of Big Tech today.
Regulators accuse Facebook of buying up rivals. Here’s what this means for us and Big Tech.
These companies have mastered spending big to stay Big Tech.
American politicians are divided on almost everything. They agree on this: Big Tech must change.
An unlikely collection of lawyers, activists, economists and academics are fueling the tech backlash, armed with funding from billionaire sponsors.
Lawmakers release a scathing report on Big Tech. Here’s what you need to know.
As the economy contracts and many companies struggle to survive, the biggest tech companies are amassing wealth and influence in ways unseen in decades.
As America’s economy suffers, Big Tech does shockingly well.
The chiefs of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook faced withering questions from Democrats about anti-competitive practices and from Republicans about anti-conservative bias.
The congressional antitrust hearing showed that concerns about the tech stars aren’t going away.
We are beholden to a few Big Tech overlords for much of our digital lives. We can be more conscientious about it.