Beamer wrote on Oct 20, 2020, 16:17:
The big concern here is China.
What is worse for the American people? Having Google, Facebook, et al, be as big and obnoxious as they are, or having them be split up, and a Chinese competitor fill the void by not being split, therefore having all the economic power of the old entities and being able to squash the new entities?
Anti-trust regulation resolutions don't necessarily require companies to break apart. Strict regulation and heavy fines for breaking them are another solution.
If we did break them up, I doubt we'd our domestic monopolies be replaced by a foreign one.
COVID infections: 133M - - - COVID deaths: 3M - - - Death rate: 2%
Vaccines administered: 711M - - - Vaccine deaths: 7 - - - Death rate: 0.00000001%
Your choice is clear.