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Privacy and Antitrust in Digital Platforms

By Nicholas Economides (New York University) & Ioannis Lianos (University College London) Dominant digital platforms such as Google and...

CPI Talks… with Jon Leibowitz

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with Mr. Jon Leibowitz, Counsel in Davis Polk’s Washington...

Unpacking Data Portability

Data portability has become a hot topic in competition law. Although some commentators have suggested that data portability represents low hanging fruit...

The Impact of Data Portability on Platform Competition

Data (number) portability increased switching activity in telecoms markets, but not so far in banking. Data portability is, however, particularly relevant in...
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Forbidden Fruit

By Ramsi Woodcock (What am I Missing?) As if to remind those who might still be confused about what...
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How Confident Should You Be About State Confidentiality?

When a company is served by a state enforcer with an antitrust investigative subpoena or civil investigative demand, concern invariably arises over...
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Antitrust Law and Digital Markets: A Guide to the European Competition...

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson (University of Graz) Leading jurisdictions around the world are debating whether the nature of data-driven...

We Need To Talk About Privacy Absolutism

By Dirk Auer (Truth on the Market) Privacy absolutism is the misguided belief that protecting citizens’ privacy supersedes all other...

Digital Data as an Essential Facility: Control

This paper examines the question of data as an essential facility. It argues that rather than size being the biggest driver of...

Essential Facilities Fallacy: Big Tech, Winner-Take-All Markets, and Anticompetitive Effects

There have been calls to treat data as an essential facility to reduce barriers to entry in the digital economy where a...

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