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Joshua Wright on “Weaponizing Antitrust” Against Tech Companies

Professor Joshua Wright — a University Professor of Law at George Mason University, Director of the law school’s Global Antitrust Institute, a former FTC...

Antitrust and Tech: Europe and the United States Differ, and It...

By Gregory J. Werden & Luke M. Froeb (Vanderbilt University) European enforcers have brought high-profile antitrust cases against the tech giants, and both activists...
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Antitrust and Platform Monopoly

By Herbert Hovenkamp (University of Pennsylvania) This article first considers an often-discussed question about large internet platforms that deal directly with consumers: Are they “winner...
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Designing an EU Intervention Standard for Digital Platforms

By P. Alexiadis (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP) & Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) A consensus is emerging around the world about the need...

Crémer Report on Competition for the Digital Era Misses the Mark

By Jacqueline Yin (Project DiscCo, CCIA) One year after the Commissioner Margrethe Vestager appointed academics to look at competition challenges in the digital space, their...
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How to lose a monopoly: Microsoft, IBM and antitrust

By Benedict Evans When Steve Wozniak created the original Apple I in 1975, IBM dominated the computing industry. It was nicknamed ‘Big Blue’, it was...

Does price fixing, by app based on-demand taxi services pose a...

by Chanakya Basa   To a large extent, both Ola and Uber function in a similar manner. But in the present article we restrict our study to...
Google

A First Look at U.S. v. Google

By Randy Picker On 20 Oct 2020, the US and a number of states brought a new antitrust action against Google. This video sets out...
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Big Tech Acquisitions and the Potential Competition Doctrine: The Case of...

By Mark Glick & Catherine Ruetschlin(University of Utah) The Big Tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and Apple, have individually and collectively engaged in...

It’s Time to Break Up Facebook

By Chris Hughes, New York Times The last time I saw Mark Zuckerbergwas in the summer of 2017, several months before the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke....

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