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Bill Gates says that antitrust regulators should look at tech companies separately, not all at once

Bill Gates says that antitrust regulators should look at tech companies separately, not all at once

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PUBLISHED THU, OCT 15 2020 7:59 PM EDT
UPDATED FRI, OCT 16 2020 7:41 PM EDT
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Bill Gates said there are issues specific to social media companies that don’t necessarily apply to commerce companies.
Gates left Microsoft’s board in March.
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Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates delivers a speech during the conference of Global Fund to Fight HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Lyon, France, on Oct. 10, 2019.
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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said it’s too bad that politicians are scrutinizing several large technology companies at once, because different markets the companies operate in have different problems.

Gates dealt with government pressure as the CEO of Microsoft in the 1990s when the U.S. Justice Department mounted an antitrust case against the company. Microsoft avoided a forced breakup, but agreed to change its practices for years, and paid out billions in fines in other antitrust case that built off the findings in the DoJ case.

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