Tech Companies Don't Have to Be Broken Up Just Because They're Big, Rep. Collins Says
Rep. Doug Collins, a Georgia Republican and ranking member on the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee, discusses Tuesday's hearings over the market power that large technology companies have over news publishers.
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