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Antitrust regulations are crucial to addressing the market power wielded by tech giants like Google, Amazon, and Meta (formerly Facebook). These companies have become integral to the daily lives of billions of people, offering various services from search and e-commerce to social networking and digital advertising. However, their dominance in their respective markets has raised concerns about stifling innovation, reducing consumer choice, and harming workers. Antitrust enforcement can prevent large tech companies from engaging in anti-competitive practices such as monopolistic acquisitions, predatory pricing, self-dealing, and exclusive agreements that can inhibit competition and raise barriers to entry in digital markets. Through preserving competitive markets, antitrust is an essential safeguard for limiting the abuse of economic and political power.

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