Facebook, Google and Amazon on Watch by Bernie Sanders

Facebook, Google and Amazon on Watch by Bernie Sanders

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., says he would “absolutely” look to break up the big tech giants like Facebook, Amazon and Google on antitrust grounds. Would you support this measure?

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Total Votes : 72

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Silicon Valley’s most prestigious reign of big technology companies has faced recent scrutiny from lawmakers on Capitol Hill for the possibility of making new regulations on the prospect of breaking up.

This possibility has become of interest to the upcoming presidential campaign, and Fox News recently reported that Bernie Sanders stated that he would “absolutely” want to break up the Money triangle between tech giants of Facebook, Amazon and Google based on antitrust grounds.

However, Sanders is not the only 2020 presidential candidate who sparked warning signs for this power-hungry triangle –  Elizabeth Warren has also mentioned her distrust earlier in March.

Recently at a Washington Post Event, Bernie Sanders specifically singled out Facebook in a statement declaring Facebook as having “incredible power over the economy, over political life of this country in a very dangerous sense.” In the same event, he also called out Amazon by saying that it is “moving very rapidly to be a monopoly.”

Sanders says he will push for antitrust regulations, as few gigantic corporations own those sectors, and he looks to appoint an attorney general “who would break up these huge corporations.”


Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., says he would “absolutely” look to break up the big tech giants like Facebook, Amazon and Google on antitrust grounds. Would you support this measure?

Totals
62% Yes- too powerful
38% No- they’re fine
Males
59% Yes- too powerful
41% No- they’re fine
Females
71% Yes- too powerful
29% No- they’re fine

Yes- too powerful

No- they’re fine


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