In July 2021, the Biden administration issued an executive order on competition that increases focus on so-called “killer acquisitions". But are these a threat to competition in Big Tech?
Recognizing that the current FTC leadership is not likely to withdraw its own Policy Statement, Bolema recommends a more permanent solution.
In this paper, CGO scholars argue that the conventional interpretation of Chenery II is a serious overreading of the Court’s decision.
Executive branches can wield legislative and judicial power despite "checks and balances" in the U.S. Constitution.
Authors John Kerkhoff and Oliver Dunford assert that no right was more important to the Founders than the right to trial by jury.
Policymakers face calls for social media regulations concerning minors, emphasizing the need for child safety and well-considered policies.
Public Interest Comment on the FTC Trade Regulation Rule on Commercial Surveillance and Data Security
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) through this ANPRM is pursuing a topic of immense importance to the American public and economy.
Dark patterns are essentially modern versions of practices already prohibited by long-standing laws against deception, fraud, and unfairness.
This paper examines the process by which user interactions give shape to social order in VRChat. Learn more about the research here.
This research explores how to address cybersecurity issues without stifling innovation in the growing network of interconnected devices.
The use of bots in the online ticket reselling space helps get tickets to those who value them most. See the public interest comment here.