What The Presidential Race Means For Big Tech, Silicon Valley

By Louis Lehot  (March 3, 2020, 5:38 PM EST) -- As we launch into a new decade, tech companies are under pressure. In the past, technology made in Silicon Valley was the pride of our nation, helping us out of multiple wars and leading our economy into superpower status. The looming presidential election, however, is magnifying scrutiny in Washington, D.C., on the tech industry.

Heightened California privacy laws imposed on how tech companies collect, store and exploit data, together with labor laws restricting the gig economy, a new tax regime, tariffs and trade wars are squeezing the technology industry and challenging it to grow in a new, more sustainable and humane...

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