U.S. reveals the way to plague Google, Apple, Big Tech
With public attention focused on the negative powers of Google, Apple and other Big Tech companies, the Department of Justice is telegraphing the road it’s likely going to take to break up the giants.
“The United States has a long history of trustbusting,” said U.S. Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim in a speech Tuesday at the Antitrust New Frontiers Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel.
“Early cases against titans of industry offer valuable lessons for today’s antitrust enforcers.”
“We already have in our possession the tools we need to enforce the antitrust laws in cases involving digital technologies.