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How Online Shopping Makes Suckers of Us All

The Atlantic, here.

Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria

TheAtlantic, here.

Stellungnahmen zu dem Entwurf des Hinweispapiers zu Fragen des Preisbindungsverbots im Bereich des stationären Lebensmitteleinzelhandels

Bundeskartellamt, hier.

EU Hearing: Building a European Data Economy

Transcript here.

Google faces competition scrutiny over plans to build ad blocker into Chrome

The Telegraph, here.

China Publishes the 2nd Version of the Anti-Monopoly Guidelines on the Abuse of Intellectual Property Rights

S. Wu, here.

Google to open up Android to rivals in out-of-court deal with Russia

Reuters, here.

AI & Society

J. Ito and I. Rahwan, Video here.

The University of Chicago worries about a lack of competition

TheEconomist, here.

FinTech workshop slides

Competition Bureau, here.

Deutschland gegen die Monopolisten der Zukunft

SZ, hier.

Provisional conclusions and recommendations on the implications of Brexit for UK competition law and policy

The Brexit Competition Law Working Group (BCLWG), here.

Uber reportedly tracked Lyft drivers using a secret software program named ‘Hell’

TechCrunch, here.

How Technology Has Failed to Improve Your Airline Experience

NYTimes, here.

Siae, aperta istruttoria per presunte condotte escludenti nella gestione e intermediazione dei diritti d’autore

AGCM, qui.

Where does all that data go?

LINC, here.

Europe vs Silicon Valley: behind enemy lines with the woman deciding Google's fate

Wired, here.

The Ostroms and Hayek as Theorists of Complex Adaptive Systems: Commonality and Complementarity

P. Lewis, here.

Strengthening confidence in the digital world

G20 Consumer Summit, here.

New ways of providing consent in data protection - technical, legal and economic challenges

Stiftung Datenschutz, here.

AI Literacy: The basics of machine learning

L. Daly, here.

AG Wahl: agricultural producer organisations and their associations may be held liable under competition law

Case C-671/15, Opinion here.

Customer Sues Charter For Selling Their Data Without Consent

Consumerist, here.

Two Artificial Neural Networks Meet in an Online Hub and Change the Future (of Competition, Market Dynamics and Society)

A. Ezrachi, M. Stucke, here.

A Debate on Fair Use

Charles Clark Memorial Lecture 2017, Transcript here.

How can competition authorities react to the antitrust threats of pricing algorithms?

Kluwer Competition Law Blog, here.

The Airline Industry Is a Starving Giant That’s Gnawing At Our Economy

NYMag, here.

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

MIT Technology Review, here.

Qualcomm countersues Apple over iPhone and iPad royalties

EnGadget, here.
Qualcomm's Answer and Counterclaims here.

Top 5 Antitrust Issues Facing Companies in the U.S. Today: #3 Pricing

National Law Review, here.

Contact Lens Seller Harmed Search Engines And Consumers, Government Argues

MediaPost, here.

AG Wahl on exploitative prices

Opinion here.

Opinion 01/2017 on the Proposed Regulation for the ePrivacy Regulation (2002/58/EC)

Article 29 WP, here.

The E-Scraper and E-Monopsony

A. Ezrachi, M. Stucke, here.

Retail mergers commentary

CMA, here.

Invisible Manipulators of Your Mind

T. Shaw, here.

New anti-trust complaint looms over Microsoft

EUObserver, here.

Optimizing Innovation and Strengthening Intellectual Property Protection

M. Ohlhausen, here.

Uber responds to the New York Times article about how it psychologically manipulates drivers

TechCrunch, here.

Could Japan’s Approach To Data Sharing Change The World?

InnovationEnterprise, here.

Here’s How They Play Monopoly in America, and Who Wins

Bloomberg, here.

Report On The Monitoring Exercise Carried Out In The Online Hotel Booking Sector By EU Competition Authorities In 2016

EC and 10 NCAs, here.

OLG Düsseldorf bestätigt Grundsatzentscheidung des Bundeskartellamtes zum Verbot von Preissuchmaschinen

Bundeskartellamt, hier.
S. auch Zeit.de, hier.
"Der Asics-Anwalt, Ingo Brinker, betonte, es gehe dem Unternehmen um den "legitimen Schutz eines Premium-Markenimages" und der damit verbundenen Beratungsqualität. Dies lasse sich mit Preissuchmaschinen nicht vereinbaren.
Der Vorsitzende Richter zeigte sich allerdings nicht von der Notwendigkeit umfangreicher Beratung überzeugt. Er trage selber als Jogger gerne Schuhe des Herstellers.""Er wisse aber auch, man brauche als Läufer nicht bei jedem Kauf eine neue Beratung. Und wer online einkaufe, wolle diese oft auch nicht. Außerdem seien die Verbraucher durchaus in der Lage zwischen Preissuchmaschinen und dem Markenauftritt des Herstellers oder seiner Vertragshändler zu unterscheiden."

Droits de l’Homme et concurrence

Conférence-déjeuner, Synthèse ici.

Minority Neighborhoods Pay Higher Car Insurance Premiums Than White Areas With the Same Risk

ProPublica, here.

Microsoft clarifies exactly what personal data is collected in Windows 10

TechRadar, here.

An Intelligence in Our Image: The Risks of Bias and Errors in Artificial Intelligence

O.Osoba, W. Welser IV, here.

Birss J hands down first FRAND decision in Unwired Planet v Huawei

IPKat, here.

Firing on All Cylinders: The 2017 Big Data Landscape

M. Turck, here.