Big Tech Claims It's Not Choking Competitors, but Data Suggests Otherwise

Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon called out in antitrust hearings

Some of the biggest household names in tech—Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon—faced the ire of lawmakers and regulators in Washington, D.C. earlier this week during the largest antitrust hearing in decades. Questions focused on market power and accused the companies of various practices—from buying out smaller firms to reshaping algorithms—that leave other tech and media organizations struggling (and oftentimes failing) to compete.