Antitrust

06/11/2021

The Technology 202: House Democrats will target tech giants with a major set of bills

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

Even before the bills have been formally introduced, tech industry groups have come out swinging against them. Netchoice, which represents Amazon, Google, Facebook and other tech companies, said the measures would “kneecap” American companies and undermine American innovation amid increasing concerns about the competitive threat posed by China.

“At the same time Congress is looking to boost American innovation and cybersecurity, lawmakers should not pass legislation that would cede ground to foreign competitors and open up American data to dangerous and untrustworthy actors,” Carl Szabo, vice president and general counsel at NetChoice, said in a statement.

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