Antitrust Alone Won’t Save Us From the “Curse of Bigness”

Delay, Deny, Deflect” — The misbehavior of dominant tech companies poses dangerous consequences.

Antitrust alone is too narrow, often takes too long, and generally only seeks to correct harms after the fact — often long after enforcement can effectively address the competitive damage.

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