Starlink is the biggest player in the satellite business, for now.
After Amazon admitted it gives Ring footage to police departments upon "emergency" request, San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants cops to be able to access any camera at any time.
Amazon's decision to stop selling the book shows the pressure platforms are under to reject speech that doesn't conform to progressive orthodoxy.
The legislation is likely to have a number of negative consequences for consumers.
Biden Says Fighting Inflation Is His Top Economic Priority. His Antitrust Policy Would Make Inflation Worse.
Attacking big firms just for being big could drive up prices.
"It's completely changed my belief in fairness," says Amy Sterner Nelson.
Those who demand a revival of antitrust regulation to "promote competition" may not realize that they're inciting a revival of cronyism to suppress competition.
An ill-conceived proposal to increase liability for online marketplaces could effectively outlaw all but the biggest players.
If providing campaign buttons were grounds for disqualifying the results, would any election in modern American history be valid?
Amazon promotes products that mimic its competition? Welcome to more than a century of American retail practices.
Amazon's customers are apparently unable to judge the veracity of COVID-related information for themselves.
Powerful companies attempting to get government agencies to suppress competition means consumers could lose out.
In April, workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted 2-to-1 not to unionize. Now they may be asked to recast their votes.
Bezos pitched in by creating an online marketplace of cheap consumer goods that people can get delivered to their homes in two days flat.
AOC Says Amazon Abuses Market Power, Ignores Fact That Customers Shop at Amazon Because They Want To
After returning from space yesterday, Jeff Bezos thanked Amazon customers who made his fortune possible.
The controversial author on her acclaimed and condemned book, being deplatformed, and the future of free expression in an increasingly polarized marketplace of ideas
The Irreversible Damage author talks about getting deplatformed from Target and her support for gender-reassignment interventions.
Amazon's CEO stepped down this week after 27 years of extreme customer focus.
Corporations can afford robots. Their competitors often cannot.
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Taken together, these six measures would have a major impact on the way we shop, chat, and otherwise go about our business online.
In capitalist societies, the poor get richer.
A new antitrust suit targets third-party seller agreements.
We've got good news and bad news.
The pro-union left agrees with the MAGA right: If you can't beat 'em, claim they cheated.
Elizabeth Warren Wants To Break Up Amazon So It's 'Not Powerful Enough To Heckle Senators With Snotty Tweets'
She said the quiet part out loud.
Politicians on the right and the left are coming for your free speech.
A proposed wealth tax would collect 97 percent of its revenue from famous billionaires.
Amazon denies any impropriety in its decision to suspend the Twitter alternative, dismissing the suit as "meritless."
After a 16-month investigation into the big four tech companies, it seems the most that congressional busybodies can accuse them of is routine business practices and having popular services.
Improving your Zoom setup? You can help your favorite libertarian magazine in the process.
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America has been lagging behind other countries.
Siri, what color is the kettle?
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Congress Used the Antitrust Hearing To Peddle Petty Grievances Against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google
The scary monopoly power on display Wednesday was the federal government's.
The city has passed a new payroll tax on large employers that is expected to raise over $200 million a year.
Microsoft and Amazon Adopt Temporary Bans on Police Use of Their Facial Recognition Tech. That's Not Nearly Enough.
Both companies need to join IBM and others in entirely abandoning the development of this mass surveillance technology.
The lawmaker says that the company's data practices violate antitrust law. They do not.
The congresswoman claimed that Amazon is "refusing to provide basic protective equipment to workers." That's not true.