The European Union's Digital Markets Act will intersect with EU and national-level competition law in ways that subject tech platforms to the risk of double jeopardy and conflicting decisions for the same activity.
Stian Westlake and Jonathan Haskel find that recent changes in interfirm competition are driven not by less competitive markets, but by the growing importance of intangible capital like R&D, brands, software, and organizational development.
The attached was originally published by the Institute of Economic Affairs. Summary The draft Online Safety Bill presents a significant threat to freedom of speech, privacy, and innovation. "Safety" has…
Written for the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) Working Paper Series, ICLE Senior Scholar Mikołaj Barczentewicz assesses privacy and security risks raised by U.S. and EU legislative proposals to regulate digital platforms.
A comprehensive survey of the law & economics of online intermediary liability, which concludes that any proposed reform of Section 230 must meaningfully reduce the incidence of unlawful or tortious online content such that its net benefits outweigh its net costs.
A new issue brief published jointly by ICLE and the Progressive Policy Institute looks at looming threats to transatlantic data flows between the U.S. and EU that power an estimated $333 billion in annual trade of digitally enabled services.