The Congress is reportedly requesting internal records from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
The records include internal communications between executives around key projects such as WhatsApp's acquisition, Apple's App Store search algorithm, and so on, Mashable reports.
The companies have been asked to also submit lists of competitors by-product, email, and financial statements. This move is part of The House Judiciary Committee's antitrust investigations. The deadline to cooperate is October 14.
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