Interoperability as a Lens onto Regulatory Paradigms

As the world increasingly considers antitrust as a tool for governing and shaping large internet companies, we ask whether traditional antitrust analysis and remedies...

Competition Tools for Digital Markets in Mexico: Section 94 of the...

By Alejandra Palacios1 Digital markets share several economic characteristics that are manifested in isolation in traditional markets, but which come together in the digital environment:...

On Their Silver Anniversary, It’s Time to Burnish the Healthcare Guidelines

Twenty-five years have passed since the United States Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission last revised their Statements of Antitrust Enforcement Policy...

Regulating Internet Services by Size

In their zeal to curb Big Tech, regulators are crafting legislative reforms that make distinctions between Internet services based on size. A crucial Internet...

The OECD Regional Center for Competition in Latin America: First Steps...

By Paulo Burnier da Silveira1   Introduction The OECD Regional Center of Competition (“RCC”) in Latin America is a joint venture between the Peruvian Competition Authority (“INDECOPI”)...

How Self-Preferencing Can Violate Section 2 of the Sherman Act

Self-preferencing occurs when a firm unfairly modifies its operations to privilege its own, another firm’s, or a set of firms’ products or services. Extensive...
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The CCPA and the GDPR Are Not the Same: Why You...

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) are milestone pieces of legislation, in major markets, one on...

Section 230 Reform: A Typology of Platform Power

Most Section 230 reformers are motivated by a desire to constrain the power of large technology companies, but many proposals to reform Section 230...

What We Talk About When We Talk About Section 230

When we talk about Section 230 in a vacuum, separate from antitrust policy, or public utility policy, we miss how it works — or...

Stacking the Blocks: Vertical Integration and Antitrust in the Healthcare Industry

For many decades, the U.S. healthcare industry mostly consisted of a diversity of unintegrated physicians, hospitals, and insurers. Over the last 10 to 15...

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