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Vestager Strikes Measured Tone On Facebook | NCAA Asks For Delay In Antitrust Suit | The Rise & (Potential) Fall Of US Cartel Enforcement

Vestager Strikes Measured Tone On Facebook | NCAA Asks For Delay In Antitrust Suit | The Rise & (Potential) Fall Of US Cartel Enforcement
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The Rise and (Potential) Fall of US Cartel Enforcement

By Vivek Ghosal (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) & D. Daniel Sokol (University of Florida)

Government enforcement against collusion, now viewed by the Supreme Court as the “supreme evil” in antitrust, has gone through various phases of enforcement. There have been periods in which cartels have been able to collude more or less effectively given various institutional tools at the disposal of the government.




EU: Vestager strikes measured tone on US tech, Facebook

EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager struck a measured tone on the EU’s attitude to US technology giants and, in particular, testimony by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Congress.



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Buyer Power In The Big Data And Algorithm Driven World: The Uber & Lyft Example

By Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui & Julian Nowag
This article explores how big data and algorithms may create new possibilities for unilateral anticompetitive behavior in the form of overbuying and “reverse rebates,” using as a case study the recent proceedings against Uber concerning its “Hell” program. The analysis provides us with the opportunity to re-explore traditional antitrust concepts, anchored on the purchasing of raw material, in the data and algorithm driven world.


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