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Breaking up big tech companies

5 ways to break up big tech and reduce its influence on society

As the world becomes increasingly digitized, a small number of tech companies are gaining control over an ever-growing share of our lives. This control has led to concerns about monopoly power and its effects on innovation, competition, and democracy. 

This blog post from — your go-to source for information about the future of artificial intelligence and AI technology — will explore five ways to break up big tech and reduce its influence on our society.


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  1. Bar big tech companies from acquiring other businesses, which will prevent them from becoming even more giant monopolies.
  1. Establish solid antitrust laws and enforce them rigorously, and this will help to level the playing field for smaller businesses.
  1. Require big tech companies to share their data with smaller competitors, allowing new businesses to enter the market and compete effectively.
  1. Encourage competition by funding research and development of new technologies. This investment will ensure that big tech companies don’t have a stranglehold on innovation.
  1. Finally, we need to educate people about the dangers of big tech monopolies and make sure they are aware of the alternatives. Only then can we hope to reduce their influence on our society.


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