Episode 2

March 4, 2021 at 12 pm ET

Antitrust in America:
How a New Administration Tackles Digital Platforms

In 2020, U.S. policymakers set their sights on digital markets, culminating in the House Judiciary Committee’s report on competition and digital services, two antitrust cases against Facebook, and three against Google. Currently, all eyes are on the Biden-Harris Administration and Congress to set the course for the next four years. Our panel of experts discussed how American antitrust will play out and its impact on American innovation.

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A. Douglas Melamed

Professor of the Practice of Law, Stanford University

William Baer

Visiting Fellow in Governance Studies, Brookings Institution; Former US AAG

Mark A. Jamison

Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute; Director, Digital Markets Initiative, University of Florida

Parag Shah

Founder, Vēmos

Moderator: Chelsea Thomas

Executive Director, ACT | The App Association

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