Home Tags Data Privacy

Tag: Data Privacy

6-“FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT”: WHO SHOULD CONTROL OUR DATA? By Sarit Markovich & Yaron Yehezkel

“For the Public Benefit”: Who Should Control Our Data?

Data-driven platforms collect and commercialize users’ data through advertisements or by selling the data to other third part providers. This practice raises the question...
Data

Data Privacy Protection as a Procompetitive Justification

By Erika Douglas This article considers a new justification being invoked by defendants in rule of reason cases—the need to protect consumer data privacy. It...
Law

Covering Prying Eyes with an Invisible Hand: Antitrust Law, the New...

By Matthew Sipe (University of Baltimore) The increasingly prominent New Brandeis movement in antitrust law hopes, among other policy goals, to use authority over competition...
TechREG Chronicle - Privacy Regulation - April 2022

TechREG™ Chronicle – Privacy Regulation

Dear Readers, Privacy is one of the key policy issues of our time. The shift to a digital economy has brought about fundamental changes to...

Reforming India’s Competition Act: Considerations & Best Practices

Below, we have provided the full transcript of our panel discussion Reforming India’s Competition Act: Considerations & Best Practices. Read below to see the...
Monetary Remedies for Zero-Price Privacy Regulation: An Economic Perspective

Monetary Remedies for Zero-Price Privacy Regulation: An Economic Perspective

Zero-price goods and services potentially create a problem for regulators interested in crafting monetary remedies that are deterrent, efficient, and inexpensive to implement in...
Data

Senators Introduce Bipartisan Data Privacy Bill

Klobuchar (Democrat - Minnesota) has teamed up with a bipartisan group of senators, including Sens. John Kennedy (Republican - Louisiana), Joe Manchin (Democrat -...
Digital Australia

The ACCC’s Continued Digital Inquiry: Online Private Messaging and App Stores

By Felicity McMahon & William Georgiou (Allens)1   I. Introduction Concern from consumers, businesses, governments and antitrust regulators about the growing power of digital platforms, their increasing...
New Competition Bureau Deceptive Marketing Practices Digest: Priorities Include Misleading Data Privacy Claims

New Competition Bureau Deceptive Marketing Practices Digest: Priorities Include Misleading Data...

Practical Law Canada This Legal Update discusses the Competition Bureau’s new Deceptive Marketing Practices Digest (Bulletin). The Update includes a summary of the Bulletin, key...
Enable Notifications    OK No thanks