It’s a bombshell, because it links antitrust to concerns beyond ensuring that prices stay low.
Plaid asks for your bank credentials, logs into your account, and obtains your banking data, such as balances, assets, transaction history, and debt. Visa wants to buy it all.
Internet of Things at Home: Ring sends the surveillance data of its own customers to third parties, including Facebook.
You give a tech company your personal information to activate a security feature and later find out they were using it “unintentionally” for targeted advertising.
“Felony Contempt of Business Model”: Lexmark’s Anti-Competitive Legacy.
“The company cannot be left to its own devices, and existing enforcement authorities haven’t done enough.”
Even if you never handed over a phone number, Facebook can still get it and monetize it.
The tech industry, including Facebook and Google, lent their support to a host of misleading scare tactics — and it’s spreading to other states.
It’s not “destroying the Internet’s economic model.”
Creating a “worldwide heckler’s veto” for repressive regimes.