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ABA Antitrust Law Podcast: What is the Relationship Between Privacy and Competition? A Conversation with Commissioner Noah PhillipsAugust 10, 2020
In this episode of the ABA Antitrust Law Section’s Our Curious Amalgam podcast, O’Melveny counsel Sergei Zaslavsky and co-host John Roberti welcome FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips for a discussion on privacy and competition in the digital economy.
Their conversation explores the relationship between privacy and competition, and whether the two doctrines are bound to converge or can remain separate. Commissioner Phillips shares his thoughts on when privacy should and should not play a role in antitrust analysis, differences between privacy and price competition, federal privacy legislation, and more.
Listen to the full episode here.
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