Leonid Bershidsky: Facebook, Google and Uber should be held to the same rules as their older rivals.
People in the U.S., not just in the European Union, are finally getting worried about tech sector leaders’ market dominance and the political power it confers.
Unfortunately, the solutions gaining traction are the kind of anti-monopoly regulations that address the symptoms of the problem, not its root cause.
Some 45 percent of American adults get news from Facebook.
Google’s search market share in the U.S. approaches 86 percent.
About 43 percent of all online retail sales in the U.S. last year went through Amazon.
No wonder people get concerned when Facebook reports that…