Google may be forced to break up chrome

Let’s break up Amazon, first, which has it’s own lines of products it sells on its own dominant platform, then ships through its own shipping service.
Edit: To clarify, I’ve worked in ecommerce since 2001 and have seen Amazon do a couple things that I find hugely concerning.
First, as a combination of scale and having their own shipping company, their cost for delivery is cheaper than literally anyone else. They are able to offer free shipping because of this, which is a big fuck-you to every other ecommerce site, which has to pay normal UPS/Fedex/USPS rates to ship the same products. It makes smaller companies unable to compete.
Secondly, Amazon has a track record of selling products at a loss for just long enough to put their competition (which doesn’t have as deep of pockets) out of business, then raising the price back up. Personally, I find this to be the exact sort of behavior that we are afraid of with monopolies.
Offering a free browser which doesn’t even tie into your revenue stream (ads) doesn’t bother me as much.

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