Facebook and Google are each facing antitrust scrutiny in the United States, and they have come under the gaze of European regulators as well. But most people don’t pay money to either company for the services they provide, so can Facebook and Google really be said to have monopolies? And if they do, does it matter? On this episode of the Chicago Booth Review Podcast, we revisit a debate between Booth’s Luigi Zingales and George Mason’s Tyler Cowen about the price of the tech giants’ dominance.

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