(POLL) ‘Big Tech should be broken up’

A strong majority of those surveyed in the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com say Big Tech should be broken up.

Of 1,139 respondents, 89% said Big Tech should be broken up. Less than one percent said “it’s good the way it is.” Seven percent (7%) said breaking up big tech “won’t solve anything.”

Should Big Tech be broken up?

89% Yes

<1% No, it’s good the way it is

7% No, it won’t solve anything

3% I’m not sure

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4 thoughts on “(POLL) ‘Big Tech should be broken up’”

  1. Not only that there should be steps made to insure that media can never be in lockstep with each other as an arm of any political party.

  2. All these companies have security departments which should be forced to publicly disclose what they are doing and held to the same level of scrutiny, for what good that does, as government law enforcement. Because of their greater Tech abilities and wads of resources they can do really cruddy things to people that go unnoticed and offenders are not held accountable (except for the EBay security who got caught).

  3. I don’t think the issue is necessarily that these companies are too big; they just have too much interest and involvement in our government. Perhaps the problem is that these tech companies have entangled themselves so deeply in government that they would lose all kinds of money if they stopped.

    I have a theory on what might be going on behind the scenes with Big Tech. I think they might be getting grant money from our government with conditions. I believe that one of those conditions is that they have to represent a certain set of beliefs and perform certain actions at the direction of the government. Think of it as a type of “reverse lobbying.” The government pays certain companies in exchange for favors for the benefit of the government. That would explain why Jack Dorsey has followed directives from the government without questioning, and that would also explain why Jen Psaki said that the White House is “working with tech companies” to stop the spread of “misinformation.”

    Of course, I could be totally wrong, and if so, you can call this a conspiracy theory. But I think it still warrants an investigation.

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