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Feds investigating major tech companies for antitrust violations

CBS News Monday, 10 June 2019
The federal government is set to look into four major tech companies for potential antitrust violations. The Federal Trade Commission will investigate Amazon and Facebook while the Department of Justice looks into Facebook and Google. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to preview a congressional subcommittee's hearing into the companies' possible unfair practices.
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