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UK & The Netherlands Go After Google AdTech Practices

Google is being sued in the UK and the Netherlands where two suits have been announced today seeking damages on behalf of publishers who...
App Store

Dutch Dating Apps Update Payment Methods After Apple Ruling

The iPhone maker agreed this weekend to changes to its App Store in the Netherlands focused on dating apps, agreeing to allow local developers...
Apple

Apple Complies With Dutch Watchdog Over Payment Options

Apple stated on Saturday, January 15, it would allow developers of dating apps in the Netherlands to offer non-Apple payment options to their users,...
Authority for Consumers and Markets

The Netherlands Launches Market Study Into Platform-To-Business Regulation

The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) will launch a study into how online platform companies deal with the rules laid down in...
Uber Hit By Dutch Ruling That Deems Drivers Employees

Uber Hit By Dutch Ruling That Classifies Drivers As Employees

Uber drivers are employees entitled to greater workers' rights under local labor laws, a Dutch court ruled on Monday, September 13, handing a setback to...
The EU’s Digital Markets Act (DMA)

Netherlands, France & Germany Present Digital Markets Act Amendments

The Netherlands, France, and Germany have jointly developed amendments to the Digital Markets Act (DMA): the introduction of a tailor-made remediation provision and the...
talk

CPI Talks… with Martijn Snoep

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with Martijn Snoep, Chairman of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and...

Antitrust Oversight: More an Art than a Craft

Pieter Kalbfleisch, Nov 05, 2010 Would it lead to more effective sanctioning of cartel violations if attention were shifted from sanctioning undertakings to primarily sanctioning...
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