Divided Congress Finds Bipartisanship in Big Tech Monopoly Concerns

July 30, 2020

In The Epoch Times: Ashley Baker, director of public policy at the Committee for Justice, meanwhile argued that antitrust “shouldn’t be weaponized to correct problems that have nothing to do with competition law.”

 

“Very little of the hearing was focused on antitrust, but was rather a mishmash of unrelated concerns about technology and tech companies,” Baker told The Epoch Times.

 

“That’s not to say that all of these concerns are invalid, but they are not antitrust problems.”

 

In a letter for the record on the hearing, Baker and other conservative and free-market leaders argued that “weaponizing antitrust for broader socioeconomic purposes would fundamentally alter the primary goal of antitrust, undermine the rule of law, and negatively impact consumers.”

 

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