How can Congress act more constructively on antitrust?

Bills targeting the business models and competitive strategies of Big Tech firms are gaining bipartisan momentum in Congress. However, the bills’ sponsors often contradict themselves, overlooking signs of healthy competition in the tech space with little regard for how their proposals would affect consumers. What are the most problematic features in these bills? And where, if at all, might Congress divert its attention for more-meaningful change in antitrust?

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