It is reasonable to question whether the consumer welfare standard has been adequately applied to Big Tech companies, and whether some of their practices may unfairly handicap potential competitors — though, for now, the evidence for that charge is thin. What is not productive is to advocate for a return to the “big is bad” standard of more than a half-century ago, where consumer interests could be ignored to satisfy political and ideological motives.

You can read this entire opinion piece in Inside Sources.