Socialism Knocking on America’s Door: Warren Wants to Break Up Companies

Elizabeth Warren wants to break Apple

Elizabeth Warren wants to break Apple

After Politico reported on the story, however, Facebook quickly worked to restore them.

Facebook removed those ads, citing their violation of the company's policy of not allowing ads which use the Facebook brand. "They don't get to do both at the same time", said Warren.

The three ads that were taken down had the following message posted below them: "This ad was taken down because it goes against Facebook's advertising policies".

Facebook did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

Stone said the ads appeared to have been removed automatically, and pointed to dozens of Warren campaign ads about her proposal that didn't use the Facebook logo and were unaffected.

Elizabeth Warren was temporarily pulled down by Facebook.

Today's big tech companies have too much power - too much power over our economy, our society, and our democracy.

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Facebook on Monday removed, and subsequently reinstated, three ads purchased by Senator Elizabeth Warren's (D., Mass.) 2020 presidential campaign that called for the breakup of large tech companies, including Facebook. "But in their rise to power, they've bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field in their favor".

Klobuchar spoke at an ACL Live event in downtown Austin Saturday telling the audience she does not trust tech companies, adding, "I don't like that they have been saying trust us for so long and we did it".

When asked about how Warren would like to break Apple, she mentioned that, the company runs the App Store which is a platform for developers to sell/share their work while also publishing Apple's own work.

Still, that didn't stop the Massachusetts Democrat from using the removal episode to further illustrate her point about Facebook's power. Thanks for restoring my posts.

Warren wrote: "America has a long tradition of breaking up companies when they have become too big and dominant - even if they are generally providing good service at a reasonable price". She used the flap to warn that it was unsafe for cyberspace to by "dominated by a single censor".

Warren has differentiated herself from her fellow Democratic presidential contenders in calling for direct government intervention to downsize large tech companies.

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