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Elizabeth Warren Proposes Plan To Break Up Big Tech Companies

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Elizabeth Warren Proposes Plan To Break Up Big Tech Companies

Elizabeth Warren Proposes Plan To Break Up Big Tech Companies

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday morning, Senator and 2020 presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren proposed a plan to break up some of the country&apos;s largest tech companies, including Amazon, Google, and Facebook.

The plan reportedly includes a call for platform neutrality and the appointment of regulators that would undo mergers between massive tech companies.

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