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Monopoly news and analysis from The Nation
January 10, 2023
Access to Journalism Is a Human Right
Corporate overlords and repressive governments want to control the Internet. But information belongs to us.
December 22, 2022
Big Tech’s Monopoly on Congress
Lawmakers have tried to introduce legislation seeking to advance antitrust reform. Google, Amazon, and Meta have spent millions fighting it.
December 9, 2022
Before Taylor Swift, Pearl Jam Knew Ticketmaster’s Monopoly Power All Too Well
In 1994, Pearl Jam tried to end Ticketmaster’s dominance. Can Taylor Swift fans do what the grunge band couldn’t?
May 13, 2022
Don’t Boycott Amazon
They’re too big to be hurt by individual consumer choice. Instead, hit them where it really hurts.
April 14, 2022
We Can’t Let Billionaires Control Major Communications Platforms
Elon Musk may not be sitting on Twitter’s board, but he remains its largest shareholder—and that’s bad news.
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October 18, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg Knows Exactly How Bad Facebook Is
Whistleblower testimony proves the social media giant is harmful and dishonest, and can’t be trusted to regulate itself.
July 9, 2021
Joe Biden Just Threw Down the Anti-Monopoly Gauntlet—but One Big Question Remains
This president’s executive order on Friday afternoon forcefully rejected the pro-monopoly worldview of the last 50 years.
June 29, 2021
The Biden Administration and Congress Have a Chance to Tame Big Tech
Technology companies in particular have established anticompetitive policies that for too long have gone unchecked.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 22, 2021
Appointing Lina Khan May Be the Best Thing Joe Biden Has Done
Massive corporations have wielded extraordinary power over our economy for the past 40 years. That’s about to end. Why? Because there’s a new sheriff in town.
May 19, 2021
We’re Suing Google. Here’s Why.
and Genius Media Group, Inc., we’re fighting back against the tech giant’s predatory pricing and monopoly practices that put independent journalism at risk.
Katrina vanden Heuvel