Antitrust enforcers have received mixed receptions on Capitol Hill in recent weeks.
There are getting to be an awful lot of cooks clustered around the antitrust soup kettle. The question is what to do about it.
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A multifaceted effort by the US Chamber of Commerce has sought to raise awareness about Federal Trade Commission actions the organization views as hostile to the American economy.
The Biden administration thinks minor league baseball has a major antitrust problem.
The East and West Coasts shouldn’t have a monopoly on Big Tech jobs. Meanwhile, government needs to take a heavier hand when regulating antitrust and privacy. These views are explored in-depth in...
Mounds of paper stand between Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan and her effort to create a more decentralized agency, with much of the staff working throughout the country.
The Federal Trade Commission’s action on online customer reviews means companies offering review management services are scrutinizing what it means for influencers and ratings systems.
Antitrust lawyers don’t have anything close to a monopoly on humor, so in honor of April Fool’s Day, FTCWatch embarked on a quest for a comedic side to competition. It resembled Diogenes’ search...
It looks like we will soon be seeing a broader range of worker-antitrust theories.
One by one, groups representing the digital advertising industry have taken jabs at a proposal by a tiny nonprofit advocacy group that has asked the Federal Trade Commission to launch a rulemaking...
As Utah prepares to become the fourth state to enact a consumer privacy law, the patchwork of US privacy regulations the tech industry dreaded and predicted is taking shape — slowly.
Slover joins CDT
April 12-13 — The International Association of Privacy Professionals is hosting its Global Privacy Summit in Washington, DC. For more details, go to:...
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