The Telegraph: Big Tech firms accused of ‘monopoly power’ face break-up threat

The Telegraph: Big Tech firms accused of ‘monopoly power’ face break-up threat

Access Partnership’s Head of Data Policy & Trust, Michael Clauser, spoke to Telegraph on the “Glass Steagall Act for Big Tech” proposal:

“You will have a lot more movement on this if Joe Biden wins the presidency, especially if he brings Elizabeth Warren into his cabinet like he’s discussed, possibly making her the Treasury Secretary or Fed chairman one day.” 

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