Other Developments, Further Reading, and Coming Events (14 July 2021)

Subscribe to my newsletter, The Wavelength, if you want updates on global technology developments four times a week. Other Developments The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) summarized the results of its most recent plenary session even though not all of the documents have yet been made available:During its plenary session, the EDPB adopted Guidelines on … Continue reading Other Developments, Further Reading, and Coming Events (14 July 2021)

House Judiciary Holds Second Hearing On Antitrust Reform, Focusing on News Industry

The House Judiciary Committee continues its look at antitrust reform with an eye on legislation akin to the new statute Australia put in place to help media negotiate remuneration from Google and Facebook. I will switching to a new platform soon. In the near future, I will be using The Wavelength as my primary means … Continue reading House Judiciary Holds Second Hearing On Antitrust Reform, Focusing on News Industry

House Judiciary Starts To Look At Antitrust Legislation

After its report on the anti-competitive activities of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, the subcommittee is looking to turn its recommendations into law. Picking up where it left off in the last Congress, a House subcommittee renewed its focus on antitrust and anti-competitive behavior in the technology field with an eye to turning its massive … Continue reading House Judiciary Starts To Look At Antitrust Legislation

Technology Antitrust Hearing

With its investigation nearing an end, a subcommittee hears from antitrust witnesses on how to best address the problems turned up in Big Tech. On October 1, the House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law Subcommittee held a hearing as part of its series on online competition titled “Proposals to Strengthen the Antitrust Laws … Continue reading Technology Antitrust Hearing