From Inside Sources:

Jeffrey Westling, a technology and innovation resident fellow at the R Street Institute, a free-market think tank, agreed that the focus of the hearing went beyond its antitrust parameters.

“It has not really been productive in terms of actually analyzing competitive harms and looking at whether there are actually antitrust cases against some of these companies,” Westling told InsideSources. “Then we see members [of Congress] go out and put on a political show and try to broad paint a picture that these companies are big and therefore they’re bad and that is really not a productive discussion.”