Washington Examiner: Democrats running low on time to pass anti-Big Tech antitrust bills

November 18, 2022

Washington Examiner

Democrats only have a few weeks left to pass Big Tech antitrust legislation before the start of the new term.

With the House set to fall into Republican hands in January, Democrats may not have enough time to resolve differences among members and pass the major bipartisan tech reform bills that have been debated over the past year, according to industry watchers.

“Antitrust is the only game in town for realistically holding big tech accountable,” Internet Accountability Project founder Mike Davis told the Washington Examiner. While Davis, a conservative legal expert and Big Tech critic, is uncertain about anything moving in the lame-duck session, he said the AICOA is a high priority.

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