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Opinion | The Justice Department Is Turning a Blind Eye to White-Collar Crime

3 monthes ago   |   By Politico

Progressives were thrilled this week when President Joe Biden picked Jonathan Kanter to lead the Justice Department's Antitrust Division. Along with other recent nominations , the choice of someone who has fought Google, Apple and Amazon in the courts on antitrust issues shows that the administration is interested in pushing back on the runaway power of Big Tech.
But antitrust is just one part of the much broader landscape of corporate and white-collar law enforcement. And in almost every other respect, after four years of the Trump administration rolling back scrutiny on everything from...
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