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Elizabeth Warren Proposes Limits On Google, Facebook, Amazon

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Elizabeth Warren Proposes Limits On Google, Facebook, Amazon

Elizabeth Warren Proposes Limits On Google, Facebook, Amazon

Business Insider reports Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has announced a proposal to break up and regulate large tech companies.

The plan considers Facebook, Amazon, and Google.

It proposes to eliminate marketplaces that limit competition and to get rid of mergers like Google's DoubleClick and Facebook's Instagram.

Warren explained that under her proposal, new regulations wouldn't allow tech companies to share data with third parties.

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