Elizabeth Warren still holds Larry Page accountable for Google – Business Insider

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Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced on Tuesday they would step down from their executive roles at the tech giant’s parent company, Alphabet. The US presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who has made regulating big tech a cornerstone of her campaign, tweeted that lawmakers would continue to hold Page accountable for the company’s business practices, regardless of his title, because of his majority control of the voting power.Warren also said she still expected Page to testify about the company before Congress. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.The US presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren isn’t letting former Alphabet CEO Larry Page off the hook. Page, along with Alphabet President Sergey Brin, said that they would step down from their executive positions at Google’s parent company, announcing the change through a blog post
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