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Sen. Ted Cruz says big tech companies have 'too much power'
Sen. Ted Cruz, who said there would be a follow-up Senate Judiciary Committee hearing specifically with Google, believes there's a good argument for breaking up some big companies. “The power being amassed by a handful of tech media companies...is a level of power unprecedented in our political discourse.
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