Media companies and their congressional allies have escalated efforts to obtain an exemption to antitrust laws to counter the alleged unfair practices by Big Tech companies. The legislative fight is shining light on the broader issue of antitrust...
We have seen what lies ahead for consumer protection, and it looks a great deal like the FleetCor case.
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While a House committee has approved comprehensive privacy legislation, the prospects of passage by the full chamber and in the Senate are less certain. Instead, lawmakers may have to be satisfied...
Dominant corporations drive down wages and undermine American prosperity and democracy, according to a report exploring the impact of market power on people of color and people with low incomes.
A Senate panel plans to discuss Major League Baseball’s antitrust exemption at a hearing this fall in light of game officials cutting the number of minor league teams.
A requirement for an independent assessor to review Twitter’s data privacy program will create jobs for privacy professionals.
The Federal Trade Commission has subscribed to open-source intelligence products used by cybersecurity professionals, investigative journalists and other law enforcement agents.
What has been accomplished in the first year under President Joe Biden’s executive order on competition?
Meta faces another front in its fight with antitrust regulators after the Federal Trade Commission sued to block its acquisition of Within, an app developer in the budding virtual reality headset...
National privacy legislation blessed by a congressional committee wouldn’t just change the privacy landscape of the US, it would also transform the primary agency tasked to enforce it: the Federal...
It all depends on what the meaning of innovation is. Almost everyone likes innovation, but to paraphrase George Orwell, some breakthroughs are more desirable than others.
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