SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren went after the tech-not only during the Democratic debate on Tuesday, yet brushed off a rival, Kamala Harris, the challenge is to get her to join us in calling for President Donald Trump is the suspension of Twitter.
FILE PHOTO: Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Bernie Sanders, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg to wait on the podium for the fourth Democratic U.S. by 2020 is a presidential election debate at the Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio on October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Aaron Josefcz/File Photo
Warren, a united states senator who, in an attempt to bond with the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, in a lot of polls in the Democratic race, and called for the proposal to split up the major tech companies, including Facebook Inc., Alphabet, Inc., and Amazon.com Inc. over antitrust concerns, the most wide-ranging discussion of a great tech in the Democratic debates to date.
“I’m not ready to give up and let a handful of monopolies to dominate our economy and our democracy. It’s time to fight back,” Warren said at the debate in Westerville, Ohio.
However, they did not deal with the request of Harris, a U.S. senator, and that they have to call it for Twitter Inc. to suspend the Home’s account. Harris has maintained that He is using the platform for one of his opponents to be intimidated, and threatened them with violence.
“It’s a matter of safety and security, and corporate accountability,” Harris, pushed out, while Warren refused to go, instead of just saying that they are focused on the beat of the strength in the November 2020 election.
“I don’t just want to push Donald Trump off Twitter. I want to push him out of the White House. That’s our job,” Warren replied.
Warren, who said on Tuesday that she would not accept campaign contributions of more than $200 for managers in large technology companies or the large banks, and then turned to focus on the question of whether the candidates was to take the money out of the big tech.
Social media for companies, under pressure from the police and their platforms in the run-up to the 2020 election, the most recent of which have been opposed by the Democratic candidates, including Warren, and Biden, to allow those who are elected to run ads with false or misleading claims on their platforms.
This month, a leaked audio from a single Facebook session in July to be announced by the Chief Executive, Mark Zuckerberg is telling the staff, they would “go to the mat to beat, and Warren expects the effort to break in to the business, if they are elected to act as chairman.
The other Democrats on the stage, did not explicitly endorse Warren’s plan to split up the large tech companies, but is worried about the competition.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, another early critic of the big tech companies, and corporate influence, said that the United States had a president with the courage to make the appointment of an attorney-general who, in this great them.”
Former U.s. Representative Beto O’rourke said he would “not be afraid to break up the big companies”, but he didn’t do that, it is the role of the chairman is to point out that the companies should be broken up.
At a moment in time that will quickly generate memes on Twitter, as an entrepreneur, Andrew Yang, also took a swing at Microsoft Corp.’s search engine, Bing.
“The competition does not solve all the problems. It’s not as if any of us want to use it to have the fourth-best navigation app,” Yang said. “There’s a reason why no one is using Bing today. Sorry, it’s not Microsoft, it’s true,” he added.
“Bing, just threw up, feel free to google it tomorrow,” tweeted comedian is Going to Nancherla.
Yang is also of the opinion that people should receive a share of the economic value generated from their data.
“How many of you here don’t forget to use your data to check is in the mail, is it?” asked Yang. “It’s a loss. It was going to be Facebook, Amazon, Google and others.”
Reporting Elizabeth, Illustrator; Editing by Soyoung Kim and Peter Cooney