Fighting Big Tech is like fighting illegal drugs
It may seem a bit off, there are a few striking similarities between those businesses.
Both incur multi trillion dollar revenues each year.
Both have extensive influence over politicians and users.
Both offer products which are harmful and wanted by large amounts of users at the same time.
Both offer products whose undesirable characteristics are ignored by most of its users.
Both industries produce things which are harmful to society.
Both require extensive changes in laws and law-enforcement procedures to fight and suppress them effectively.
Both pay off politicians and officials by either bribes, campaign contributions, favorable media coverage or search results.
A difference is that BIG Tech does not engage in criminal retaliation against people who stand up against them, so more people feel free to initiate actions to resolve the issues their presence creates. However this is offset by the power over the media they have, enabling them to tarnish whom ever they want.
The Great Chinese Firewall is perhaps a blessing, if US Big Tech had obtained a serious foothold in China, the world would be completely enslaved by them.
Given the largely unsuccessful struggle against proliferation of illegal drugs use in the last 50 years, there seems little hope if significant steps can be made against them.