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Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple offer defense in congressional antitrust probe

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Four top U.S. tech companies, Alphabet's Google, Facebook, Amazon.com and Apple, responded to questions from a congressional committee by defending their practices and declining to answer some questions.
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