In the information economy sellers can distort the truth about their products and online intermediaries have incentives to skew the facts they provide to buyers mark patterson discusses ways data can be manipulated for competitive advantage and consumer exploitation and shows how courts can apply antitrust law to address these problems. In this paper judge posner addresses the application of the antitrust laws to computer software and related new economy industries he argues that antitrust doctrine is sufficiently supple to cope adequately with the legal and economic issues of antitrust policy presented by these industries but . Enced in this report the new economy includes those industries in which innovation intel lectual property and technological change are central features to assess how well antitrust law addresses competitive issues in such industries first requires an understanding of the major changes in antitrust analysis in recent decades. The deals expected to sail through a blind spot in antitrust law which is struggling to make 19th century law work in a 21st century economy njtv news anchor mary alice williams asked the . Antitrust in america planet money a three part series on the history of competition big business and antitrust law one of the most important but least understood bodies of law in the united
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