Beyond significantly harming the company’s bottom line, such regulation would not even serve consumers.
Consumers benefit when companies have maximum flexibility to compete and innovate.
Despite legitimate frustrations and complaints about content moderation online, Justice Thomas’s heavy-handed regulatory prescription is not the answer.
Consumers won’t thank the antitrust enforcers for repeating the mistakes of the past.
The FTC and state attorneys general are incorrect. Competition and innovation are alive and well in the social-media marketplace for all.
The House’s proposed antitrust reform disregards consumer welfare.
Judged by the only standard that counts, Big Tech has been a force for good.