France’s Competition Authority has fundamentally altered how it will define the country’s television advertising market in future, after dropping an abuse of dominance probe into the operator of the country’s most popular tv channel.
Lawyers around the world have welcomed the International Competition Network’s adoption of a new multilateral framework ensuring procedural enforcement safeguards, but warned it is the first step in a long process.
The UK’s Supreme Court has granted Huawei permission to appeal against an appellate court ruling that found Unwired Planet did not abuse its dominant position when it tied access to its UK patents to other global patent licences.
In 2018, the UK government commissioned an expert panel to examine if powerful digital platforms pose a threat to consumers and competition. This year, the panel will try to provide an answer.
The EU commissioner for competition has said requiring companies to share data may be needed as a new tool to remedy anticompetitive conduct.
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