People know how to break up a railway or an oil company. No one knows how to break up a tech monopolist, but has an alternative #OpenFuture
If you're interested in improving society by making better tech policy, please please please read this column by . Many current and proposed regulations make the problem they're attempting to "fix" even worse.
Regulating Big Tech makes them stronger, so they need competition instead
In the Economist, says antitrust should be used to force more competition in tech industry as opposed to regulation that further entrenches the dominant companies.
A flurry of new internet regulations "have done more to enshrine Big Tech’s dominance than the decades of lax antitrust enforcement that preceded them," writes "This will have grave consequences for privacy, free expression and safety"
Regulating Big Tech makes them stronger, so they need competition instead, by Cory Doctorow / Open Voices -