Self-policing?

“Report: Big Tech Needs Fixes,” The Wall Street Journal, September 25, 2018 B4.  Report from Harvard  concludes that Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Apple and similar tech giants “can’t be trusted to police themselves” and should be able to continue to swallow up smaller companies to get user data.

So, who governs the ungoverned?  Themselves?  Their shareholders?  These companies have and continue to acquire and control vast swaths of information belonging to others.

Do we care?

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