Competition Policy and Antitrust

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Peter Swire Provides a Framework for Assessing Issues of Data Portability

A new report by Georgia Tech Professor Peter Swire provides a framework for assessing issues of data portability.

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Government Procurement

“Procurement” is the process by which governments choose to obtain and buy goods and services from the private sector.


DOJ Antitrust Fever Led to Google Lawsuit—Now Can They Win It?

"The DOJ has pulled together a narrow suit that they may have a chance of winning. But it’s not going to satisfy the people who say break up big tech.” — Eleanor Fox, Professor of Law, New York University


Eleanor Fox
November 23, 2020