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[[Microsoft]] and [[IBM]] are sometimes considered Big Tech firms because of their size, and [[Twitter]] not for its size but its societal impact. Twitter will likely be bought out by one of the larger firms at some point.
 
[[Microsoft]] and [[IBM]] are sometimes considered Big Tech firms because of their size, and [[Twitter]] not for its size but its societal impact. Twitter will likely be bought out by one of the larger firms at some point.
  
As of 2018, Google and Facebook controlled 60% of all digital advertising revenue, totalling over $60 billion.
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As of 2018, Google and Facebook controlled 60% of all digital advertising revenue, totaling over $60 billion.
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Big Tech is playing a large role in the decline of [[patriotism]] as a value held by Americans.<ref>Wright, Morgan (November 28, 2018). [https://thehill.com/opinion/technology/418617-high-techs-globalism-is-slowly-killing-patriotism High tech’s globalism is slowly killing patriotism]. ''The Hill''. Retrieved November 28, 2018.</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:07, 28 November 2018

Big Tech refers to several Silicon Valley technology firms, notably Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon for driving technology growth and social change.

Microsoft and IBM are sometimes considered Big Tech firms because of their size, and Twitter not for its size but its societal impact. Twitter will likely be bought out by one of the larger firms at some point.

As of 2018, Google and Facebook controlled 60% of all digital advertising revenue, totaling over $60 billion.

Big Tech is playing a large role in the decline of patriotism as a value held by Americans.[1]

Google

Alphabet Inc. is the parent company of Google, which also owns YouTube, Android, The Groundwork and dozens of other companies. The Groundwork in 2015 boasted it could influence the vote in any democratic election anywhere in the world as much as 25%,[2] highlighting the Search engine manipulation effect.

Apple

Facebook

Amazon

See also

References

  1. Wright, Morgan (November 28, 2018). High tech’s globalism is slowly killing patriotism. The Hill. Retrieved November 28, 2018.
  2. THE GROUNDWORK The stealthy, Eric Schmidt-backed startup that’s working to put Hillary Clinton in the White House, Adam Pasick & Tim Fernholz, Quartz, October 09, 2015. qz.com