Session 2

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Oct. 22 – Digital Advertising & Antitrust

Advertising is a constant presence – a necessary evil to some, a vital tool to others. But new approaches and business models have raised questions about the way advertising has been regulated in the past, and its potential benefits or dangers as the digital age moves on. Our panel explores the changes to advertising and what the implications in terms of antitrust enforcement and competition may be.

Ten Minutes with...


Colorado Attorney General


Antitrust Reporter, Politico

Digital Advertising & Antitrust


President & CEO, Network Advertising Initiative


Assistant Professor of Law, Rosenberg College of Law

Christopher S. YOO

Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer & Information Science, Penn Law

Moderator: Pallavi GUNIGANTI

Attorney Advisor to Commissioner C. Wilson, US FTC

CPI thanks CCIA for its support with this event. CPI always strives to deliver balanced and enriching content and conversation to benefit the antitrust community worldwide.

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