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What Lessons Can Be Drawn For Digital Platforms From The Regulation Of Traditional Networks

What Lessons Can Be Drawn For Digital Platforms From The Regulation...

Traditional investor-owned network industries in communications, energy, transport and water have been regulated for more than a century. It is therefore timely to ask...
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Report Finds Google Continues To Dominate Australian Searches

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission's (ACCC) third Digital Platform Services Inquiry interim report found that Google continues to be the dominant search engine...
CPI Talks… with Catherine Tucker

CPI Talks… with Catherine Tucker

In this edition of CPI Talks we have the pleasure of speaking with Catherine Tucker, the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management and a Professor...
If Breaking Up Is the Answer Then What Is the Question?

If Breaking Up Is the Answer, Then What Is the Question?

Antitrust and policy circles are abuzz with calls against the power, monopoly and other, held by large firms. If one is worried about a...
Conway’s Law the Mirroring Hypothesis and the Importance of Technological Considerations in Antitrust Divestitures

Conway’s Law, the Mirroring Hypothesis, and the Importance of Technological Considerations...

The current debate about antitrust divestitures has focused on how combining business units under the same corporate umbrella can allow digital platforms to favor...
When “Free” Is Not “Free”

When “Free” Is Not “Free”

Consumers on the Internet routinely give away data — information about their habits, preferences, purchasing patterns, contacts and more — in return for “free”...
Free Isn’t Free: Digital Platform Data Practices and Australia’s Unfolding Regulatory Response

Free Isn’t Free: Digital Platform Data Practices and Australia’s Unfolding Regulatory...

Since the release of its Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report in 2019, the ACCC has continued to be active in investigating digital platform market...
Free as Air?

Free as Air?

“Free” once had a simple meaning – something without constraint whatsoever, as in “free as air.” At times, some have suggested that antitrust enforcement...
Digital EU - EU Reveals Details Of Their Digital Services Act

The European Digital Markets Act: A Revolution Grounded on Traditions

By Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) & Pierre Larouche (Université de Montréal) The last three years have seen a legislative acceleration in tech regulation...
Dark Patterns as an Antitrust Violation

“Something Is Happening Here but You Don’t Know What It Is....

Internet users surfing from one website to another, or using various web-enabled applications, regularly encounter “dark patterns” — web-design choices that trick users into...
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