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2-CALIFORNIA’S UNFAIR COMPETITION LAW: AN EXISTING AND FLEXIBLE RESPONSE TO EMERGING TECH DOMINANCE ISSUES By Paula Blizzard, Brian Wang, Peter Adelson, Matthew Maeder & Tom Zick

California’s Unfair Competition Law: An Existing and Flexible Response to Emerging...

Competition and monopoly power in technology platforms have become global issues in the past decade. In many cases, challenges to those platforms have struggled to adapt...
Misuse of Market Power in Australia: Early Assessment of the Amended Section 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act

Misuse of Market Power in Australia: Early Assessment of the Amended...

By Mel Marquis & Rhonda Smith1   I. Introduction In the nearly 50-year saga of modern Australian competition law, the section relating to the misuse of market...
The Italian Competition Authority's Decision in the Amazon Logistics Case

The Italian Competition Authority’s Decision in the Amazon Logistics Case: Self-preferencing...

By Claudio Lombardi1    Introduction In a long-awaited decision, the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has found Amazon in breach of Article 102 TFEU. The ICA has...
The Paradox of Predatory Pricing

The Paradox of Predatory Pricing

Predatory pricing is an antitrust paradox. In concept, the conduct is plainly anticompetitive, yet no predatory pricing case has resulted in an injunction or...
Predatory Pricing in the Light of Colombian Antitrust Law

Predatory Pricing in the Light of Colombian Antitrust Law

Predatory pricing has been established as an abuse of dominance forms of conducting Colombia. The law describes two different conducts dealing with the same...
Predatory Pricing in India

Predatory Pricing in India

After outlining the relevant clauses of India’s Competition Act and its associated implementing regulation on predatory pricing, this article recounts how the Competition Commission...
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...
Antitrust and Unfair Competition Conduct in the Network Game Industry in China

Antitrust and Unfair Competition Conduct in the Network Game Industry in...

We introduce two related cases between a video game company and a live broadcasting company in China that were fought in terms of both...
Google

Google’s (Non-) Compliance with the EU Shopping Decision

By Thomas Hoppner (Technical University Wildau) On 27 July 2017, the European Commission adopted a decision finding that, between January 2008 and 27 July 2017,...
Railways

EU General Court: Lithuanian Railways Abused Its Dominance

Lithuanian Rail on Wednesday, November 18, had its €27.9 million (US$33 million) EU antitrust fine cut by a third, though Europe’s second-top court backed...
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