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The Revolt Against the 30% Mafia

When did Big Tech gatekeepers from Apple to DoorDash decide they were entitled to a third of the internet’s sales?

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks via video conference to the House Judiciary Subcommittee during an antitrust hearing in July. Photo: Graeme Jennings-Pool/Getty

An unlikely trend in local governance started taking hold last spring while most Americans were still sewing their own face masks. Starting in San Francisco, American cities and later whole states began enacting…




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Moe Tkacik

Moe Tkacik

senior fellow at the American Economic Liberties Project, co-founder of Jezebel, former Wall Street Journal reporter, off-again waitress, mommy

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