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Date: 2020-07-29

How to watch today’s antitrust hearing against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google

Its not often youll hear the CEOs of Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook speak in the same room, but its happening today. Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai, Jeff Bezos, and Mark Zuckerberg will appear in front of a congressional subcommittee to defend their business practices, which many have accused of unfairly stifling competition. Rather than a witness table in Washington, the execs will line up to testify via videoconferencing, which will be broadcast online on House Judiciarys official YouTube channel. Members of House judiciarys antitrust subcommittee have been investigating claims of unfair competitive practices and anti-consumer ruses against these tech giants for over a year. In that window, theyve reviewed hundreds of hours of interviews and over 1.3 million documents about the companies. The hearing represents perhaps the most significant probe into Big Techs dominance since the antitrust case against Microsoft in the 90s. In fact, The New York Times compared the event to techs Big Tobacco moment. The 15 members of the committee will have five minutes for each question, with the hearing expected to potentially stretch into the evening. Among other things, the committee will interrogate Cook about Apples prohibitive App Store policies, Pichai about Googles advertising monopoly, Bezos about Amazons role as both a retailer and a marketplace, and Zuckerberg about Facebooks social network dominance. Interestingly, news recently came to light that three of the lawmakers on the committee owned more than $100,000 worth of stocks in those companies. In the meantime, the hearing is slated to take place at 12PM ET. Theres no scheduled livestream on the House Judiciarys channel as of yet, but well update this piece with the link once it starts. Do you want to get the sassiest daily tech newsletter every day, in your inbox, for FREE? Of course you do: sign up for Big Spam here.