Monopolize Me: Data Privacy and Market Power

The CEOs of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon walk into a bar. Except instead of a bar, it’s the latest in a series of hearings as part of a comprehensive House Judiciary Subcommittee investigation into long-alleged anticompetitive practices by the world’s most powerful technology giants. Notably, the hearings brought attention to the interrelationships between consumer data privacy and competition issues. Yet…

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