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Date: 2020-07-29

How to watch today’s tech antitrust hearing

Starting at 12PM ET on Wednesday, July 29th, the leaders of the tech industry are appearing before a congressional subcommittee to defend their business practices. Much of the run-up to the hearing has been centered on the unprecedented guest list, which includes CEOs from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google. It will be the first time some of the men have appeared in front of Congress and by far the most significant hearing since the antitrust against Microsoft in the late 90s. The House Judiciary live-streams proceedings from the committees official YouTube page, and the same stream is available on the committees website. Weve also embedded it in this post, so youll be able to watch from here. The hearing will center on testimony from four CEOs: Apples Tim Cook, Amazons Jeff Bezos, Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg, and Googles Sundar Pichai. The CEOs will face questions from the members of the House subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law, which is a subset of the broader House Judiciary Committee. Led by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Republicans on the committee have also pushed for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify at the hearing, although the attempt appears to have been unsuccessful, and Dorsey is unlikely to appear. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the CEOs are expected to testify remotely, appearing from their respective locations through videoconference. Its a new approach for the subcommittee, and it may provide more opportunity for the subjects to research answers on the fly. Related The hearing will start at 12PM ET on Wednesday, July 29th. The hearing is expected to run for the afternoon, including an intermission. The hearing was originally set to take place on Monday, July 27th, but it was rescheduled after the death of Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), a longtime civil rights leader who was lying in state at the US Capitol during the originally scheduled time. The antitrust proceedings were postponed by 48 hours to allow members of Congress to pay their respects, with the new date announced over the weekend. Update July 29th, 8:09AM ET: Updated to include a stream of the hearing. Update July 29th, 12:16PM ET: Congressional officials say the hearing will be delayed until 1PM ET because of a logistical issue.