Unnecessary and counterproductive regulations don’t make good competition policy

February 23, 2018

Via: CIO

Attacks on tech company size and power are increasing, including recent articles in The Economist and Washington Monthly. I’ve dealt with some of these complaints in earlier columns, arguing that data is not the new oil, not a digital infrastructure, and not a barrier to entry.

But something funny happened on the way to the antitrust courts – advocates realized that applying traditional antitrust remedies against tech companies would do more harm than good.

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