The Graphic Truth: US views on Big Tech — what's changed?

In a landmark US congressional hearing this week, CEOs from some of the world's biggest tech companies — Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Alphabet (Google's parent company) — faced tough questions from sitting lawmakers on the monopolization of the Big Tech industry. Democrats emphasized Big Tech's stifling of competition, while some Republicans raised grievances over online platforms' supposed anti-conservative prejudice. We take a look at both parties' traction online, and how Republican and Democratic voters' views on regulating Big Tech have changed in recent years.

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