Technology companies such as those in the famous “GAFAM” acronym seem to be the main object of attention in the fields of antitrust and regulation these days. In particular, major efforts are afoot internationally to design new ex ante regulatory frameworks applying to such companies. This lecture aims to illuminate some of the key substantive issues at play, focusing on the role of data in business models, specific conduct such as “self-preferencing” or concerns around so-called “killer acquisitions”.
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