Should big tech be regulated? | IN 60 SECONDS

The cries to regulate big tech have only grown louder over the last year, coming from voices as disparate as Fox News Host Tucker Carlson and Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner. Is it time for the US federal government to put a lid on Google, Facebook, and other tech firms? No, says AEI Visiting Scholar Mark Jamison, and he explains why.

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