: The antitrust fight may have killed one of Silicon Valley’s most powerful lobbying groups

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The Internet Association — whose some 40 members include Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Amazon.com Inc. Meta Platforms Inc., and smaller tech companies — announced it is shuttering operation at the end of this year. The Washington, D.C.-based organization had struggled to stay above the fray in the debate over antitrust, juggling the demands of small members and Big Tech.