In an attempt to find some common ground, we remind readers that this politico shares a lot in common with everybody's hipster nephew on the topic of intrusive phone app tech. Checkit:
In his appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Sen. Hawley suggested a broader inquiry into Big Tech might be needed.
"I think it's time we looked at the effect big tech is having on our personal lives, on our families, on our schools, on our society. These are major companies. Many of them monopolies. They make billions of dollars a year. There've never been more powerful companies in the history of the world, and they need to be held accountable," the Missouri senator said.
Facebook blasted by privacy advocates, lawmakers over data-sharing agreements