Tag: House Judiciary Committee

Cori Bush To Rely On Her Powerful ‘Lived Experiences’ After Being Nominated To House Judiciary Committee

NewsOne Featured Video Newly elected congresswoman Cori Bush was nominated to the House Judiciary Committee on Friday. Nominees were announced by the House Democratic Steering Committee and confirmed by Judiciary Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York. “Congresswoman Bush, a civil rights activist and community organizer who has fought for justice on the streets of […]

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U.S. Congress calls for antitrust reforms to limit powers of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google

Members of Congress investigating the activity of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google say antitrust law reform is needed to “ensure that our economy remains vibrant and open in the digital age” and safeguard democracy. The findings comes from a document released today (PDF), the culmination of a 16-month long investigation carried out by the antitrust […]

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Antitrust experts weigh in on breaking up Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google

Gary Reback is perhaps best known as the lawyer who helped convince the U.S. Department of Justice to bring an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft in the 1990s. He watched the majority of the House Judiciary Committee hearing earlier this week with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Facebook […]

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