From antitrust to censorship, to political bias and privacy, to exploitation and the pornography epidemic, the problem with "Big Tech" is clear—and yet often hard to digest. We collate some of the best perspectives on where to start tackling some of these difficult issues.

In this feature, you’ll read, watch, and listen to a small selection of curated articles, conversations, and exposés on the culture of cancellation and censorship prevalent in the world’s most influential technology monopolies. Broken down into separate sections, we begin by exploring the problem itself in The Power of Big Tech—starting by highlighting our recent podcast episode with expert Will Chamberlain (go give it a listen!).

We also include some policy ideas published in many areas on where some of the brightest minds think we should go from here. Moreover, we offer a selection of “dive deeper” pieces for those who want to get in-the-weeds on the recent Clarence Thomas concurring opinion, as well as explore the damning donor contributions from companies like Facebook and Twitter in IAP’s recent study. Finally, we include a couple of pieces that tackle the pornography epidemic that is so closely intertwined with the issue of Big Tech. Enjoy, and make sure to share these fantastic pieces:

 

THE POWER OF BIG TECH:

 

WHAT WE DO NEXT:

 

DEEP DIVE:

 

TOPIC SPOTLIGHT: BIG TECH AND THE PORN INDUSTRY

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