Scholars discuss regulating digital platforms through the lens of data privacy.
Data sharing is not always required when firms use information to their advantage.
The tech and legal communities should recognize the complementary nature of antitrust law and blockchain.
Scholar urges policymakers to impose liability on platforms that spread terrorist content.
Social media companies may increase content oversight if motivated by federal incentives and liabilities.
Scholar weighs options for putting an end to harmful speech on social media platforms.
Academics argue that city authorities could cooperate with tech companies to align their values.
Antitrust has a role in addressing the considerable power social media companies possess over speech.
Proposed legislation could update antitrust legal standards and the U.S. government’s enforcement capacity.
In one of the biggest antitrust cases in a generation, the Justice Department opted for a narrow claim.
Courts should impose antitrust remedies consistent with underlying principles of market competition.
Government antitrust actions do not work in a high-technology market in which big businesses prove more efficient.