The end of the year is approaching quickly. During this time, people are often focused on celebrating the holidays as well as finishing up tasks that need to be completed before the new year begins. Additionally, this time of the year often serves as a time for planning. Professionals often look to the future with optimism, dreaming of what the future may hold.
In 2019, the push to break up Big Tech has gained traction. Many fear that giants like Google, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft have gotten too large, prevent smaller competitors from gaining traction, or have too much power, leading some to believe that splitting up these tech leaders is the smart move.
However, not all feel that breaking up Big Tech is the best move. While many support investigating the practices of these companies – some of which have come under scrutiny over privacy concerns and possible anti-trust law issues – at least one expert thinks that there is another option on the table for managing Big Tech: make them share data.