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The Utah Statement: Reviving Antimonopoly Traditions for the Era of Big Tech

A new framework for holding private power to account

Credit: Tayler Smith

OOver the last several years, a movement to revive the anti-monopoly traditions of the United States has gained increasing momentum and even retaken its place in presidential political debate. While popularly known as a movement to “break up big…




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Tim Wu

Tim Wu

Professor at Columbia University; author of “The Curse of Bigness,” “The Attention Merchants,” and “The Master Switch;” veteran of Silicon Valley & Obama Admin.

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