Big tech (99)

  1. Breakup of the Bell System, Wikipedia
  2. Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914, Wikipedia
  3. Data Protection Directive, Wikipedia
  4. Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, Wikipedia
  5. General Data Protection Regulation, Wikipedia
  6. Lina Khan, Wikipedia
  7. Margrethe Vestager, Wikipedia
  8. Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, Wikipedia
  9. United States v. Microsoft Corp., Wikipedia
  10. Market Share Statistics for Internet Technologies, Net MarketShare
  11. Mobile Vendor Market Share Worldwide, Statcounter
  12. Tablet Vendor Market Share Worldwide, Statcounter
  13. The Rise of Big Tech MayJust Be Starting, NYTimes February 16, 2022
  14. A New Proposed Law Could Actually Hold Big Tech Accountable for Its Algorithms, Slate February 9, 2022
  15. Platform Realism, Informational Inequality, and Section 230 Reform, Yale Law Journal February 2022
  16. Monopolies Flex Their Pricing Power, American Economic Liberties Project January 17, 2022
  17. The Pandemic Culls the Big Tech Herd, NYTimes February 10, 2022
  18. Big Tech Needs to Stop Trying to Make Their Metaverse Happen, Wired January 31, 2022
  19. Elizabeth Warren Claps Back at Elon Musk, NYTimes January 20, 2022
  20. Exclusive: Lina Khan Is (Still) Bursting Big Tech’s Bubble, NYTimes January 19, 2022
  21. Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department Seek to Strengthen Enforcement Against Illegal Mergers, Federal Trade Commission January 18, 2022
  22. Digital Markets Act: Parliament ready to start negotiations with Council, EuroParl January 14, 2022
  23. Europe’s Digital Markets Act Breaks New Ground in Regulating Big Tech Behavior, Open Markets January 14, 2022
  24. The AntitrustCase Against Facebook Draws Blood, Wired January 12, 2022
  25. A Facebook antitrust suit can move forward, a judge says, in a win for the F.T.C., NYTimes January 11, 2022
  26. What We Got Wrong About Tech, NYTimes January 4, 2022
  27. Why It’s So Hard to Regulate Algorithms, The Markup January 4, 2022
  28. Crouching tiger, hidden dragons: How 10-K disclosure rules help Big Tech conceal market power and expand platform dominance, UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose 2021
  29. Lawmakers Urge Big Tech to ‘Mitigate Harm’ of Suicide Site and Seek Justice Inquiry, NYTimes December 21, 2021
  30. How to Break the Google-Facebook Ad Duopoly: Insights From Digital Ad Expert Jason Kint, Open Markets December 3, 2021
  31. Lawmakers Target Big Tech ‘Amplification.’ What Does That Mean? NYTimes December 1, 2021
  32. Australia to introduce new laws to force media platforms to unmask online trolls, Yahoo News November 29, 2021
  33. Imagine Not Living in Big Tech’s World, NYTimes November 23, 2021
  34. Monopoly’s Bad Cousin, NYTimes November 15, 2021
  35. Facebook Faces New Antitrust Lawsuit, NYTimes November 4, 2021
  36. The United States v. Elizabeth Holmes, The Daily September 16, 2021
  37. The Fight to Rein In Delivery Apps, The New Yorker October 5, 2021
  38. Don’t Let Amazon Eat the Film Industry, NYTimes October 3, 2021
  39. Facebook’s WhatsApp is Fined for Breaking the E.U.’s Data Privacy Law, NYTimes September 2, 2021
  40. They Still Live in the Shadow of Thernos’s Elizabeth Holmes, New York Times August 24, 2021
  41. China passes new personal data privacy law, to take effect November 1, Reuters August 20, 2021
  42. Tech Companies’ Afghanistan Foreign Policy, New York Times August 18, 2021
  43. Amazon’s Massive GDPR Fine Shows the Law’s Power — and Limits, Wired August 5, 2021
  44. France Fines Google $593 Million For Not Negotiating ‘In Good Faith With News Publishers, NYTimes July 13, 2021
  45. Biden to Name a Critic of Big Tech as the Top Antitrust Cop, NYTimes July 20, 2021
  46. The Biden Antitrust Revolution, The New Yorker July 12, 2021
  47. Biden Urges More Scrutiny of Big Businesses, Such as Tech Giants, NYTimes July 9, 2021
  48. Tech Giants Crush Profit Records in Q2, Statista July 30, 2021
  49. Congress Faces Renewed Pressure to ‘Modernize our Antitrust Laws’, NYTimes June 29, 2021
  50. It’s Complicated: Australian Media Firms Were Breaking Up with Facebook Long Before the Infamous 2021 News Blackout, The Conversation June 28, 2021
  51. Facebook Rejects Talks with Australia Publisher, May Test Online Law, Yahoo! News June 25, 2021
  52. Tech Giants, Fearful of Proposals to Curb Them, Blitz Washington with Lobbying, NYTimes June 22, 2021
  53. Google’s Internet Ad Dominance Draws Fresh E.U. Antitrust Inquiry, NYTimes June 22, 2021
  54. Most popular social network websites in the United States in May 2021, based on share of visits, Statista June 17, 2021
  55. What the AT&T Breakup Teaches Us About a Big Tech Breakup, Electronic Frontier Foundation March 1, 2021
  56. A Global Tipping Point for Reining in Tech Has Arrived, NYTimes April 20, 2021
  57. Big Tech Wants Points for Jobs, NYTimes March 23, 2021
  58. Google is Suddenly Paying for News in Australia: What About Everywhere Else? NYTimes February 27, 2021
  59. Facebook and Google News Laws Passed in Australia, BBC News February 25, 2021
  60. Maryland Approves Country’s First Tax on Big Tech’s Ad Revenue, NYTimes February 12, 2021
  61. How Europe’s New Privacy Rules Survived Years of Negotiations, Lobbying, and Drama, Politico February 10, 2021
  62. They Found a Way to Limit Big Tech’s Power: Using the Design of Bitcoin, NYTimes January 26, 2021
  63. An Australia With No Google? The Bitter Fight Behind a Drastic Threat, NYTimes January 22, 2021
  64. The Push for Stricter Rules for Internet Platforms, CACM 2021
  65. User-Friendly Guide to General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR EU 2021
  66. Congress’s Big Tech Report Shows Wy Antitrust History Is So Important, The Washington Post October 8, 2020
  67. House Antitrust Report is a Bold Prescription for Curing Big Tech’s Ills, Electronic Frontier Foundation October 6, 2020
  68. Big Tech Funds a Think Tank Pushing for Fewer Rules. For Big Tech, NYTimes July 24, 2020
  69. Grilled by Lawmakers, Big Tech Turns Up the Gaslight, 2020
  70. Investigation of Competition in Digital Markets, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law of the Committee on the Judiciary of the U.S. House of Representatives 2020
  71. Big Tech’s Toughest Opponent Says She’s Just Getting Started, NYTimes November 19, 2019
  72. Powerful Coalition Pushes Back on Anti-Tech Fervor, NYTimes November 7, 2019
  73. U.S. Using Trade Deals to Shield Tech Giants From Foreign Regulators, NYTimes October 7, 2019
  74. Facebook Can Be Forced to Delete Content Worldwide, E.U.’s Top Court Rules, NYTimes October 3, 2019
  75. E.U.’s New Digital Czar: ‘Most Powerful Regulator of Big Tech on the Planet’, NYTimes September 10, 2019
  76. New Google and Facebook Inquires Show Big Tech Scrutiny is Rare Bipartisan Act, NYTimes September 6, 2019
  77. Facebook Dodged a Bullet from the F.T.C. It Faces Many More, NYTimes July 13, 2019
  78. F.T.C. Approves Facebook Fine of About $5 Billion, NYTimes July 12, 2019
  79. Facebook Antitrust Inquiry Shows Big Tech’s Freewheeling Era is Past, NYTimes July 24, 2019
  80. Google and Amazon Are at the Center of a Storm Brewing Over Big Tech, NYTimes June 2, 2019
  81. Facebook’s A.I. Whiz Now Faces the Task of Cleaning It Up, NYTimes May 17, 2019
  82. Google Fined $1.7 Billion by E.U. for Unfair Advertising Rules, NYTimes March 20, 2019
  83. Hard News, The New Yorker January 28, 2019
  84. Europe’s Controversial Digital Copyright Directive Finalized, CACM 2019
  85. Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe, Penguin Press 2019
  86. Amazon’s Antitrust Antagonist Has a Breakthrough Idea, NYTimes September 7, 2018
  87. Google Fined a Record $5 Billion by the EU for Android Antitrust Violations, The Verge July 18, 2018
  88. The Next Privacy Battle in Europe Is Over This New Law, NYTimes May 27, 2018
  89. G.D.P.R. a New Privacy Law, Makes Europe World’s Leading Tech Watchdog, NYTimes May 24, 2018
  90. The Privacy Lawyer Giving Big Tech an $8.8 Billion Headache, NYTimes May 30, 2018
  91. What Europe’s Tough New Data Law Means for You, and the Internet, NYTimes May 6, 2018
  92. How AT&T conquered all forms of communication after the government forced it to break up, Business Insider March 5, 2018
  93. A changing book business: it all seems to be flowing downhill to Amazon, The Idea Logical Company January 22, 2018
  94. The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age, Columbia Global Reports 2018
  95. The Curse of Bigness, Penguin Press 2018
  96. E.U. Fines Facebook $122 Million Over Disclosures in WhatsApp Deal, NYTimes May 18, 2017
  97. Tech’s Frightful Five: They’ve Got Us, New York Times May 10, 2017
  98. Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox, 126 Yale Law Journal 2016
  99. Lost and Found in Cyberspace: Informational Privacy in the Age of the Internet, San Diego Law Review 1997