Lawmakers should learn from the mistakes of the Gilded Age rather than repeating them.
The proposals toss antitrust’s proper concern to the side and focus exclusively on the market’s biggest actors.
The American Innovation and Choice Online Act doesn’t live up to its name.
To protect journalism from Big Tech, we should follow Australia’s example.
Concentration has not increased, even though the ‘fact’ of rising concentration has been picked up by a large number of pundits and commentators.
Prioritizing competitors over competition represents a serious misunderstanding of what our antitrust laws are meant to do.
FTC chairwoman Lina Khan’s former writing sheds interesting light on Google’s actual market-share numbers.
The case for antitrust action against Facebook is rife with contradictions.
In the scramble to drum up antitrust objections, critics invariably make two crucial mistakes.
The week of July 19, 2021: regulation, infrastructure, and other clickbait.