The break-up of the Big Tech giants like Facebook and Google are ‘on the table’, says US antitrust chief

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The country’s top prosecutor probing the Large-Tech for the door to open, to break down the biggest names in Silicon Valley.

Makan Delrahim, former head of the Department of Justice’s antitrust division, said on Tuesday that the break-up of companies such as Google, Facebook or Amazon, it is perfect on the table, and while you’re at the WSJ’s Tech Live top.

The Journal also reports that is Delrahim explained to be a “worst case scenario” for any of the Major Tech-the Justice Department’s broad anti-trust review, which began in the summer, it stays.

“There’s no question that consumers have benefited from the technology. There is no question that we will have many more options available to us. The big question is whether companies Are abusing the market power they have gained,” Delrahim said.


Delrahim, reportedly summed up his philosophy in a few short moments later, saying: “Big is not bad at all. A Big bad attitude is a bad thing.”

In particular, Delrahim said that it wasn’t his job to worry about the question of whether the break up of the nation’s biggest tech companies to help China to win market share.

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has made a nationalist appeal for the defense of the Silicon Valley.

“The evaluation of the national champions, it is inappropriate,” Delrahim said.

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