CEOs of the four giant tech companies of the U.S. will go to testify in the senate they were “invited” as part of an anti-monopoly investigation.
Will they be scolded on the air?
CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook will try to convince commission members that technology companies are not building a monopoly in the market.
The commission chairman, who invited the CEOs from the Senate to the hearing, drew attention with the announcement that joining the invitation would be a voluntary decision. However, it was underlined that the CEOs who refused the invitation would be brought by a court decision.
Technology companies, on the other hand, announced that they would become the participation of Tim Cook, Apple CEO, who did not intend to agree. Other CEOs have also announced that they will attend the session now, as Tim Cook has agreed to testify.
These statements are not “easy” processes. The members of the commission are reminded of the fact that Mark Zuckerberg had been scolded very hard in the broadcast of the live broadcast during a statement.
According to some comments, the top executives of social media and technology companies, which are expected to be included in campaigns against Trump during the US elections, are being scolded and humiliated in the live broadcast and their impact on the public eye is broken. Also, the issue of monopoly, which is the subject of the accusations, is a detail that will hit the images of the public. Therefore, it is estimated that these processes of expression are pregnant with events that will be of great interest all over the world.