A rare public showdown between the Parliament and the Committee on Earth observation satellites the technology of the maximum the company is still on track after being postponed last week. In a House Judiciary Committee hearing, originally scheduled for Monday will now take place on Wednesday, July 29 until 12 PM Eastern Time. The date is changed by the death of civil rights leader and Georgia Representative John Lewis, who will be honored at a ceremony Monday in the Capitol.
The hearing, entitled”online platform and market power, Part 6: a review of the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google”will see an unusually full cast-tech is the most powerful of the leaders of the surfaces with the MPs.
Any hearing, managed to drag a single technology CEO of the Washington, D.C.—even though in fact, in this case—is significant, and Wednesday’s hearing will hear testimony from four of them. At the hearing, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Google’s transportation-related information, as well as Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook will all face questions about their company practices and concerns of anti-competitive behavior impact of some new technologies is the key market deterioration.
The hearing is the latest Chapter in the House Judiciary Antitrust Committee of the ongoing antitrust investigation against many of the new technologies of the largest and most powerful companies was first announced last year.
“Since last June, the Subcommittee has been investigating the dominance of a small number of platforms and the adequacy of existing antitrust laws and law enforcement,”House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler and Chairman of the Antimonopoly Committee David Cicilline in a joint statement.
“Given the Central role these businesses play in the life of the people of the United States, it is essential that their CEOs are forthcoming. As we said, from the beginning, their testimony is for us to complete this investigation.”
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