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Liberty, Technology, Utility

Daniel Tenreiro’s article regarding monopolistic activity of Big Tech (“How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Big Tech,” January 25) misses the larger point of censorship of the users by each of these companies. All of his points are valid for business activities, and I think correct, but do not address the issue that these companies have the ability to use their power to stifle and censor the news they don’t like and the opinions of those with whom they disagree. This gives them more power than any business monopoly ever could. The simple solution is to

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