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Pattern Matching

The roots of Big Tech’s antitrust problem can be found in his bestselling 2014 business book, ‘Zero to One’

Peter Thiel. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

‘Copy, acquire, and kill’

Mark Zuckerberg.
Mark Zuckerberg.
Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Image

Will the AMP format die as a result?

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A new policy perfectly illustrates a core issue across the industry

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New Google Photos icon.
Photo: Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Pattern Matching

Google’s antitrust case won’t reshape the industry. But it’s the start of something that might.

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The DOJ’s antitrust case is simpler than you might expect

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Pattern Matching

Democrats aren’t the only ones ready to rewrite the antitrust rules for internet platforms

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Bray talks to journalist Alex Kantrowitz about how Amazon treats workers, regulation, and more

Tim Bray
Tim Bray
Photo courtesy of Tim Bray

Illustrations: Shira Inbar

The net of a thousand lies

Big Technology

The government is more likely to invest in the tech giants than break them up

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