Tech companies spending on lobbying revealed

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Consumer Watchdog today released spending on lobbying by top technology companies in the US in the first quarter of 2016.

The news report on spending on lobbying is based disclosure reports filed with the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

How tech cos are spending on lobbying

Google $3.80 million (–25.5 percent)

AT&T $4.48 million (+2.5 percent)

Facebook $2.78 million (+13.9 percent)

Microsoft $2.02 million (+6.9 percent)

Amazon $2.65 million ($1.91 million)

Apple $1.13 million (–8.9 percent)

Cisco $420,000 (–30 percent)

IBM $830,000 (–17 percent)

Intel $1.23 million (+5.1 percent)

Oracle $1.72 million (+33.3 percent)

Yahoo $690,000 (–5.5 percent)

Sprint $523,041 (–28.8 percent)

T-Mobile $1.80 million (+52.5 percent)

Verizon $3.59 million (+7.2 percent)

Comcast $3.72 million (–19.5 percent)

Time Warner Cable $1.5 million (–11.8 percent)

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