Law360 (August 20, 2019, 2:44 PM EDT) -- The largest technology firms have increasingly been scrutinized by competition enforcers and governments that are concerned with potential anti-competitive behavior. Recent European cases involving Google, Amazon and Facebook, as well as the acquisition of numerous smaller firms by large technology companies, have spurred a lively debate, particularly with regard to the adequacy of current competition policy frameworks in dealing with competition issues.
In this article, we focus on three recurring concerns raised in the context of several initiatives in different jurisdictions (including in Europe, Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany and Austria) in relation to large technology companies:
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