Headwinds: The Tipline for 30 March 2021
Acting Federal Trade Commission chair Rebecca Kelly Slaughter has advertised a willingness to take more enforcement risks, but trying to sway the conservative-stacked Supreme Court to rule in the agency’s favour on a novel intellectual property case was seemingly not the place to start. The FTC will not be petitioning the high court to review the Qualcomm case given “the significant headwinds” it is facing, Slaughter said on Monday. Also in Tipline, technology platforms move to woo the centre-left of the Democratic party and Arizona's app bill loses steam.
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