FTC UMC Authority: Enforcement Issues

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Section 512 of the Copyright Act, passed in 1998, was created to preserve incentives for online service providers (OSPs) and copyright owners to cooperate on detecting and policing copyright infringement, while also giving those OSPs greater certainty about their legal exposure.


Credit Card Competition Act

Sen. Richard Durbin’s (D-Ill.) amendment to 2010’s Dodd-Frank Act capped interchange fees on debit cards issued by large banks and required all debit-card issuers to permit routing of payments over multiple networks.


Most-Favored-Nation Clauses

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In recent years, a set of politicians, academics, regulators, and activists have called for more stringent antitrust scrutiny of companies perceived to be threats to democracy simply by virtue of their size. Today, the brunt of these criticisms target so-called “big tech” companies.