Protecting Privacy: An Analysis of Apple’s iOS 14 Policy Updates

Harming Competition and Consumers Under the Guise of Protecting Privacy: An...

By D. Daniel Sokol & Feng Zhu*   Apple’s iOS 14 update represents an anti-competitive strategy disguised as a privacy-protecting measure. Apple now prohibits non-Apple apps...
Google

The Google Complaint: A Step Backward for Antitrust Policy

By Jay Ezrielev (Elevecon)1   The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and eleven states filed their Complaint against Google, accusing the company of anticompetitive conduct to...
eCommerce cart

The e-Commerce World after Coty – Competition Law Catch Up

By Marcin Trepka & Łucja Olszewska (DWF Poland)1 In recent years, as regards competition law, it is actually hard to find a more captivating topic...

Schumpeterian Competition and Antitrust

Herbert Hovenkamp, Nov 01, 2008 Joseph Schumpeter´s vision of competition saw it as a destructive process in which effort, assets, and fortunes were continuously destroyed...
supermarket

Shortages, Price Hikes, and Profiteering: Pandemic Effects on UK Supermarkets and...

By Timothy Cowen (Preiskel & Co LLP)1   Summary The CMA has reported record numbers of complaints about business behavior since the pandemic and associated lockdown measures...
What Shall We Do About Self-Preferencing?

What Shall We Do About Self-Preferencing?

In recent times, self-preferencing by digital platforms has come to the fore. While it is normal for companies to promote their own products over...
Facebook

An Anticlimactic Ending in the “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against...

By Chris Renner (Davis Wright Tremaine)1   The “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against Facebook” (the “Roadmap”) purports to explain how publicly available materials, sourced primarily...
Antitrust Chronicle - We Need Rules to Rein in Big Tech

We Need Rules to Rein in Big Tech

What should the US do about Big Tech? This essay proposes ...
Shifting the Burden in Acquisitions of Nascent and Potential Competitors: Not so Simple

Shifting the Burden in Acquisitions of Nascent and Potential Competitors: Not...

By Jay Ezrielev (Elevecon)*   I. Introduction There is a heated debate in antitrust today about what lawmakers, courts, and enforcers should do about mergers between potential...
blockchain

Is Blockchain the Real Antitrust Game Changer?

By Giovanna Massarotto (UCL Centre for Blockchain Technology)1   I. Introduction Governments must anticipate today’s cutting-edge technologies to be effective in fast-moving markets. Blockchain potentially is...
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