House investigators confirm receiving data from big tech firms

House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Alphabet’s Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Anti-trust Law

The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee confirmed that they have begun receiving data from Alphabet’s Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple, as part of their probe into the companies’ possible breaches of the antitrust law.

The probe is at the state, federal, and congressional levels aimed at determining if firms use their considerable power in the online market illegally to win against rivals or otherwise break competition law. The Committee looks forward to holding additional hearings, discussions, and roundtables to continue investigations.

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