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Lawmakers Ask Tech Giants' CEOs For Data In Antitrust Probe

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Lawmakers Ask Tech Giants' CEOs For Data In Antitrust ProbeWatch VideoThe House Judiciary Committee has asked four major tech CEOs for a wealth of documents as part of an antitrust probe.

On Friday, the committee sent letters directly to Tim Cook of Apple, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Larry Page of Google and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. Lawmakers are looking for information about the...
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This is part of a House committee investigation into possible antitrust issues in big tech.

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