Table of Contents - October 18, 2019
Competitive Online Market Would Deliver Privacy, Panel Told
The privacy of consumers could be enhanced if the privacy practices of large online platforms factored into antitrust review of their acquisitions, a House subcommittee was told today.
Amazon.com, Inc., Apple, Inc., Facebook, Inc., Alphabet, Inc. (Google's parent company), and Microsoft Corp. have acquired more than 400 companies globally over the past decade, the Judiciary Committee's antitrust, commercial, and administrative law subcommittee was told.
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