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Self-Preferencing Antitrust Harmful Solutions

Self-Preferencing and Antitrust: Harmful Solutions for an Improbable Problem

Platforms, including vertically integrated platforms, are ubiquitous — both in the modern economy, and throughout history. While some such firms have managed to capture...
Unilateral Conduct Gap Sacrificing Interoperability Innovation

The Unilateral Conduct Gap Sacrificing Interoperability and Innovation

The Sherman Act and related antitrust jurisprudence have proven flexible and capable of balancing competitive effects of virtually any kind of concerted conduct among...
Competition Tools for Digital Markets Mexico Section 94

Competition Tools for Digital Markets in Mexico: Section 94 of the...

By Alejandra Palacios1 Digital markets share several economic characteristics that are manifested in isolation in traditional markets, but which come together in the digital environment:...
Section 230 Protects Speech Not Business Models

Section 230 Protects Speech, Not Business Models

Properly interpreted, Section 230 is not "anticompetitive" because it does not advantage one business or set of businesses over others that operate in the...
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The Proposed Digital Markets Act (DMA): A Legal and Policy Review

By Nicolas Petit (European University Institute) In December 2020, the Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) was proposed. It was prepared by the European Commission (“EC”) following...
2021 ECJ Antitrust Horizons – Selected Key Evolutions and Developments

2021 ECJ Antitrust Horizons – Selected Key Evolutions and Developments

In 2021, EU antitrust horizons will be wide and enthralling: EU competition law and the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European...
Economic Evidence and Modern Antitrust

Economic Evidence and Modern Antitrust

The question of the continued relevance, persuasiveness, and sufficiency of economic evidence in assessments of antitrust matters in the digital age has become of...
Section 19a of the Reformed German Competition Act: A (Too) Powerful Weapon to Tame Big Tech?

Section 19a of the Reformed German Competition Act: A (Too) Powerful...

Targeted at Big Tech, Section 19a of the Competition Act, Germany’s new antitrust tool for dealing with large digital platforms, rebalances power in favor...

Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work? – Episode 3

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the third episode of our series Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work?. Read below...
Regulating Digital Ads: Is a Global Approach the Way Forward for Japan and Other Advanced Economies?

Regulating Digital Ads: Is a Global Approach the Way Forward for...

This article addresses the problem of the regulation of digital advertising in Japan from a comparative and global perspective. There are a number of...
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