Here's a clear and thorough high-level explanation of the landscape around Big Tech and antitrust regulation, from @mattyglesias: https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/5/3/18520703/big-tech-break-up-explained … It's a good practical primer for those unfamiliar with the basics.
That said, it elides some really important debates around more nuanced concepts like two-sided markets, whether "consumer welfare" encompasses privacy harms, and the notion that personal data might be a market in itself.
I hope some people previously unversed in antitrust will use it as a jumping-off point from which to start to understand the critiques of @linamkhan, @superwuster, and others who are working at the debate's forefront, rather than just reading Matt's piece and calling it a day.
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