Tech antitrust hearing: the important moments and what comes next


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Tech antitrust hearing: the important moments and what comes next

Nilay, Makena, Adi, and Casey discuss the important moments from Congress’ antitrust hearing with Apple’s Tim Cook, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Sundar Pichai.

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  • Twitter forced Donald Trump Jr. to delete tweet spreading COVID-19 misinformation
  • Moms in Tech Facebook group splintering over allegations of racism
  • Google will keep employees working remotely until July 2021
  • NASA’s life-hunting Mars rover is officially on its way to the Red Planet
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  • What Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple have in common
  • Antitrust panel says the messages show Zuckerberg trying to buy out his competition
  • Jeff Bezos can’t promise Amazon employees don’t access independent seller data
  • Google’s business model ‘is the problem,’ David Cicilline says
  • The iconic Flip Video almost became Google’s first camera, emails show
  • Amazon bought Ring for market position, not technology, emails suggest
  • Read Steve Jobs’ emails about why you can’t buy digital books in Amazon’s apps
  • Facebook usage and revenue continue to grow as the pandemic rages on
  • Google parent company Alphabet sees its first revenue decline in history
  • Apple reports strong Mac and iPad sales in record-breaking Q3 earnings

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