Technology Platforms and Developments in Antitrust Law
Alex Reese discusses "Technology Platforms and Developments in Antitrust Law."
Technology platforms are digital marketplaces where software developers, competing companies, and end users all come to build and buy software tools, store data, or integrate software from different providers to make it interoperable. These platforms are generating increasing attention from antitrust enforcement agencies and private plaintiffs, including ongoing litigation against social media platforms, app stores, and other tech platforms. Join us in this interactive discussion about the frontiers of technology and antitrust law, including:
- App store antitrust litigation
- Updates on shifting attitudes at the FTC and the “neo-Brandeisian” enforcement crowd
- When platforms might face exposure for changing their access terms, including changes to API access and ISV agreements