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|Submission=Application of antitrust law to online platforms
 
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|Comments=Online platforms have become integral parts of many Americans’ lives, being used for social communication, many areas of commerce, and other new ways. Increasingly, policymakers on the Hill and at key federal agencies (e.g., FTC) have begun to more seriously examine whether there is a need for antitrust intervention in online platform markets. This session should feature policymakers from both the Hill and FTC, as well as industry and civil society stakeholders, who can educate IGF-USA members about, and provide diverse perspectives on, the current debate regarding antitrust law and platforms.  •https://www.competitionpolicyinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CPI-Nazzini.pdf  •http://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/x/695472/Antitrust+Competition/Abuse+of+Dominance+Concerning+Online+Platforms •https://www.concurrences.com/en/conferences/online-platforms-the-interplay-of-regulation-and-antitrust-enforcement
 
|Comments=Online platforms have become integral parts of many Americans’ lives, being used for social communication, many areas of commerce, and other new ways. Increasingly, policymakers on the Hill and at key federal agencies (e.g., FTC) have begun to more seriously examine whether there is a need for antitrust intervention in online platform markets. This session should feature policymakers from both the Hill and FTC, as well as industry and civil society stakeholders, who can educate IGF-USA members about, and provide diverse perspectives on, the current debate regarding antitrust law and platforms.  •https://www.competitionpolicyinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CPI-Nazzini.pdf  •http://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/x/695472/Antitrust+Competition/Abuse+of+Dominance+Concerning+Online+Platforms •https://www.concurrences.com/en/conferences/online-platforms-the-interplay-of-regulation-and-antitrust-enforcement
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Latest revision as of 12:19, 13 February 2019


Timestamp: 2019/02/11 02:10:07 PM
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Application of antitrust law to online platforms
Comments:
Online platforms have become integral parts of many Americans’ lives, being used for social communication, many areas of commerce, and other new ways. Increasingly, policymakers on the Hill and at key federal agencies (e.g., FTC) have begun to more seriously examine whether there is a need for antitrust intervention in online platform markets. This session should feature policymakers from both the Hill and FTC, as well as industry and civil society stakeholders, who can educate IGF-USA members about, and provide diverse perspectives on, the current debate regarding antitrust law and platforms. •https://www.competitionpolicyinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CPI-Nazzini.pdfhttp://www.mondaq.com/unitedstates/x/695472/Antitrust+Competition/Abuse+of+Dominance+Concerning+Online+Platformshttps://www.concurrences.com/en/conferences/online-platforms-the-interplay-of-regulation-and-antitrust-enforcement
Issue Areas: Competition, Regulation