The largest IT corporations are invited to nationalize
The largest IT corporations are invited to nationalize

The largest IT corporations are invited to nationalize

The largest IT corporations are invited to nationalize IT technologies were introduced into the global economy at first as secondary supporting elements in the process of functioning of large companies and corporations, but in a very short time they broke into leading positions, becoming the most effective communication tool between service customers and companies that provide them. With their help, the coordination of the activities of corporations and industrial organizations in the form of electronic commerce is carried out. But the root of evil lies not at all in this. The furious pace of development of this industry has allowed IT corporations Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Uber and others to get such super-profits that their scale is comparable only to the profits from the trade in hydrocarbons. An imbalance is created in the concept of industrial relations in the economy: the contribution of IT corporations to the final product is immeasurably less than their growing influence on the global economy as a whole. After all, they do not produce anything, they only make connections between participants in economic relations, and more and more they are exerting influence on new and new segments of world economic and socio-political life, thereby building up their power. in their opinion, such serious levers of influence on the global economy should not be in private hands, and voices are increasingly heard calling for the nationalization of the industry. An expert on digital economics has also taken care of this problem. Omike from King’s College London, British political analyst Nick Srnicek. In The Guardian, he stated with considerable concern that such gigantic power should not be concentrated in private hands, primarily for security reasons (should be controlled by society), and in addition, it should serve for the benefit of humanity as a whole, and not to concentrate untold wealth with a handful of the elite. He called not to be afraid of the nationalization of monopolies, calling it \

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