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Antitrust Law in the New Economy
2017年11月26日 21:59 

Writer:Mark R. Patterson 

Introduction:A fascinating and truly innovative book that offers a much-needed, fresh view of information markets. Proposing a new (and broad) understanding of information power as market power, Mark Patterson cuts through the sometimes pointillistic discussions of the new digital challenges in the established boxes of false advertising and consumer protection law and offers new solutions to a wide range of difficult issues under the regime of antitrust law. Controversial issues like manipulated search results, ratings, misleading information on comparison sites, or the deliberate maintenance of uncertainty on the validity of patents suddenly appear in a new light. While testing the limits of antitrust law, this book will significantly advance the debate on the right legal framework for digital markets--both in Europe and in the United States.--Heike Schweitzer, Free University of Berlin Professor Patterson offers a comprehensive and insightful analysis based on the proposition that antitrust law should take seriously information as a product in itself. Antitrust Law in the New Economy will inform and generate debate about the important issues concerning competition in today's information economy. The book's argument that antitrust law should limit the freedom of dominant information providers to design and use their products to gain competitive advantages makes it required reading for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and regulators around the world.--Barry Hawk, Fordham University School of Law.


 
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