Analysis

Google's Fitbit Bid Faces Varying Levels Of Data Concerns

By Matthew Perlman (August 11, 2020, 3:21 PM EDT) -- Google's deal for fitness tracking outfit Fitbit comes amid mounting global pressure to address the dominance of large technology firms. European watchdogs have already raised concerns, but it's not clear U.S. antitrust enforcers will follow suit.

Google LLC's CEO Sundar Pichai appeared before Congress last month alongside the heads of Amazon, Apple and Facebook to face questions from lawmakers about their companies' dominance and business practices, as well as acquisitions they've made. The public grilling was just the latest indication that the tech giants, especially Google, might soon face litigation or enforcement actions in the U.S.

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