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Parties promise competition crackdown on Big Tech, but details scarce

OTTAWA — As policymakers and antitrust regulators in the U.S. and Europe pursue massive online platforms and device makers over their business practices and acquisitions, Canada’s major federal parties are promising new measures to prevent Big Tech from quashing domestic competition.

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