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Who’s more anti-competitive — Alphabet or Apple?

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Who’s more anti-competitive — Alphabet or Apple?
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“Don’t be evil” served as the unofficial motto of Alphabet from its earliest days until the first half of 2018, when the company quietly removed the slogan from the code of conduct distributed to employees. Apple (AAPL) Alphabet’s (GOOG) neighbors in California, enjoys an almost uncontested reputation as both cool and innovative. In the eyes of regulators, neither company is necessarily playing fair, and this has drawn the attention of politicians, policymakers and regulators, all of which are calling for greater regulation of “Big Tech.”