By Alfonso Lamadrid de Pablo

The era of digitization is one of many promises, but it is also defined by a certain anxiety and by our search for immediate, superficial, and effortless solutions to different problems. It is an era where we have been tempted to second-guess the established consensus, to skip steps and do away with previous rules and precedents. The law, in this era, is often seen as a tool to effect changes, but also as an inconvenient obstacle to easy fixes. This context may help explain many current debates, including the ongoing re-thinking of competition law and policy.

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