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Google, Facebook and Apple are sending executives to testify in front of a Congressional panel investigating big techs’ competitive practices, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
The July 16 hearing will see the Silicon Valley giants face-off against Republicans and Democrats who believe the internet platforms have become too dominant. They will appear before the House antitrust subcommittee, led by Democratic Rep. David Cicilline of Rhode Island, the report notes.
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Google’s Director of Economic Policy Adam Cohen, Amazon lawyer Nate Sutton, Facebook’s Head of Global Policy Development Matt Perault and Apple’s Chief Compliance Officer Kyle Andeer are among those scheduled to testify. Former Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Maureen Ohlhausen will also appear and answer questions.
The probe, which was announced by Cicilline, is expected to be far-reaching and comes as Democrats and Republicans are walloping Silicon Valley....
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