It’s a surprisingly meaty month, given it’s Summer (for most of us). A number of agencies are looking at major reforms, including the EU on mergers and the FCC on net neutrality. There’s lots more, especially from Europe, where we even take a look at how Scottish independence might affect competition law. Stay cool.
5 Main Themes Emerge in Net Neutrality Debate With almost 800,000 comments and counting, the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality proposal is well on its way to becoming the most commented-on item in the history of the agency. Gautham Nagesh (WSJ Washington Wire)
Competition Policy and Scottish Independence Initiatives aimed at engaging the devolved nations should also extend to regions of England where the CMA in London feels equally distant. Andreas Stephan (Competition Policy Blog)
Regulating for fairness as well as competition In substance, the law may dispense with fairness in the interests of efficiency (and ultimately in the interests of the consumer welfare that efficiency delivers). Caron Beaton Wells (Competition Academia)
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