The Verge recently released the results of their second Tech Trust Survey, asking Americans for their opinions on which tech companies they trust, which ones should be broken up, how those companies positively or negatively impact society, and which ones they'd miss if that company were to disappear.
While companies like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon had mostly positive support, Facebook didn't fare as well. In fact, they were viewed less favorably than The Verge's first Tech Trust Survey in 2016.
The overall consensus of those polled is that the biggest tech companies have too much power and should be split up. What do you think?
Multiple tech companies are being investigated for anti-trust violations by the U.S. government and the government of other nations. With certain tech giants increasingly controlling the economy, do you think it's time to break them up? Do you trust tech companies with your personal information? Do you think more needs to be done to hold them accountable when your privacy is breached? We'd love to hear your thoughts! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call: (303) 536-5505.