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A new browser extension blocks any websites that use Google, Facebook, Microsoft, or Amazon

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So @HalSinger  says that these platforms "may not be governable " and must be cut down to size preemptively. Points out Amazon preemptively suing @TishJames  in New York, Facebook banning news in Australia, and Zuckerberg's Supreme Court.

Now comes @Jim_Jordan  to disrupt the hearing with arguments about cancel culture. Jordan is just disguising his libertarian support for Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc. Though he was fairly muted.

@parler_app  is back up! I'm on it: Competition is the solution to arrogant censors. Amazon hurt Parler by shutting off their servers (even though the Capitol riot was mostly planned on Facebook) but the free market always finds a way to meet demand!

@EconomicSecProj  has released a neat new browser extension to help people experience the reach of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google across the Internet -- even the sites that seem to have nothing to do with them

A new browser extension blocks any websites that use Google, Facebook, Microsoft, or Amazon via @Verge 

Tesla, Apple, Amazon and Facebook all in double-digit corrections now

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As Apple, Facebook, Amazon and other private companies play larger roles in OpenStreetMap, some volunteers worry about the open-source project’s future via @CityLab 

European regulators are coming after Big Tech. These are the key cases facing Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon.

Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple and Facebook made up the biggest sources of #Biden  campaign contributions among corporate employees, who gave $15.1M+

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Breaking News Florida Governor Makes Takes Moves to Divest State Funds from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google and Twitter. I'll ask @Rep_Matt_Gaetz 

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US tech companies founded by 1st/2nd generation immigrants ?? Apple Google Facebook Amazon Oracle IBM Uber Yahoo EMC eBay AT&T Tesla Reddit

Is it time to think about breaking up Amazon,Facebook,Twitter and Google w/ antitrust actions? Do they have too much power as monopolies and thus inhibit competition of ideas? Thoughts?

U.S. technology companies founded by 1st and 2nd generation immigrants: ?? Apple Google Amazon Facebook Oracle IBM Uber Airbnb Yahoo Intel EMC eBay SpaceX VMWare AT&T Tesla NVIDIA Qualcomm Paypal ADP Reddit SlackHQ WeWork Stripe Cognizant Intuit 3M

Mark Zuckerberg's emails confirmed Facebook bought Instagram to buy off competition. Jeff Bezos couldn't guarantee that Amazon wasn't using seller data to undermine small businesses and boost their own brands. Apple and Google couldn’t answer why they bully their competitors.

Every one of these U.S. tech companies was founded by 1st or 2nd generation immigrants: Apple Google Amazon Facebook Oracle IBM Uber Airbnb Yahoo Intel EMC eBay SpaceX VMWare AT&T Tesla NVIDIA Qualcomm Paypal ADP Reddit SlackHQ WeWork Stripe Cognizant Intuit via Vala Afshar..

Tech birthdays in 2019: Lyft: 7 years Snapchat: 8 years Uber: 10 years Twitter: 13 years Facebook: 15 years Tesla: 16 years Google: 21 years Mozilla: 21 years Netflix: 22 years Amazon: 25 years Apple: 43 years Microsoft: 44 years Intel: 51 years HP: 80 years IBM: 108 years

Revenue generated each hour: Apple: $29.1 million per hour Amazon: $26.2 million per hour Google: $15.6 million per hour Microsoft: $13.5 million per hour Intel: $8.9 million per hour Facebook: $6.4 million per hour Netflix: $1.9 million per hour

Things that didn’t exist on Christmas 20 years ago: iPhone Facebook YouTube Twitter Instagram Android iPad Gmail Netflix streaming Wikipedia Google Maps Amazon Prime App Store SpaceX Reddit Snapchat Skype Spotify Airbnb Uber Xbox Waze iTunes Hashtag Chrome Tesla Bitcoin LinkedIn

Here's how old these companies will be turning in 2018: Snapchat: 7 years Uber: 9 years Twitter: 12 years Facebook: 14 years Tesla: 15 years Google: 20 years Netflix: 21 years Amazon: 24 years Apple: 42 years Intel: 50 years HP: 79 years Disney: 95 years IBM: 107 years

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