In Amazon antitrust lawsuit, FTC’s Section 5 powers could be tested

The Federal Trade Commission’s new Amazon complaint raises a question about whether the agency intends to push its power to police “unfair” behavior by firms that doesn’t fall clearly within the scope of the Sherman Act.

Neill Averitt

Is AI the enforcer’s friend?

We have been reading a steady stream of stories about the consumer dangers posed by artificial intelligence, so perhaps it’s time to think about the ways that AI may help enforcement efforts.

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FTC:WATCH No. 557 (2000-22)

FTC:WATCH No. 557 (2000-22)




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