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The most powerful companies, politicians, and activists fighting for the future of your internet

Quartz Staff
Local residents play tug-of-war as they pull a rope at a park in Shanghai March 2, 2014.
Local residents play tug-of-war as they pull a rope at a park in Shanghai March 2, 2014.

The internet has become an increasingly fragmented battleground for companies, governments, and individual users tussling over the flow of information online. You probably already know how much your internet life is shaped by Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple, but we’ve compiled a list of the powerful players in this space beyond those tech giants. While…

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