Giorgio is a PhD Student in Economics at George Mason University. He has a BA in Global Affairs and a MA in Economics both from GMU. His primary research interests are antitrust and competition policy, regulation, and transportation.
The American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA) is exemplary of a new antitrust movement that has a bias against big technology platforms. Senate proponents pushed hard for a vote during the summer session. With that now over, many are skeptical of whether 60 votes could be obtained in the Senate to pass the bill through.
There are good reasons to believe that the AICOA would not enhance economic freedom nor improve overall welfare. This is a problem, not because big tech needs more defenders, but because it would stifle competition and economic freedom.
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