Technology is everywhere, and that’s not always a good thing. Tech Too Big for U.S. is a coalition of consumers, elected officials, and activists who have come together to call attention to the behavior of bad actors in Big Tech. Companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google have become borderline-monopolies that infiltrate every aspect of our lives and disrupt our communities, often without us even knowing. These tech giants violate their users’ data privacy, disregard their workers’ rights, and maneuver to crush their competition at our expense. They must be held accountable.
Google, Facebook, and Amazon closely track their users data, violating their consumers privacy and exposing them to massive data breaches by hackers.
HUMAN AND WORKERS
Amazon exploits its warehouse workers, and Facebook and Google get away with not giving their employees basis benefits like health insurance by hiring them as contract workers, not direct employees.
Amazon, Google, and Facebook are the new monopolies. All three companies use their customers’ data to create barriers to entry for other competitors, hurting consumers and small businesses.