Regulating Big Tech: Lessons from the “Hall of Fallen Giants”
In recent years, concerns about “Big Tech” have sparked debate about competition and monopolies. Are these issues and debates new, or can we learn some lessons from the not-so-distant past? The marketplace is constantly changing and new government regulations may or may not be the best way to encourage innovation and promote healthy competition.
Adam Thierer is a Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
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