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06/01 Event Recap- Next Steps in Competition Policy

Small summary: With recent debate over legislation targeting “Big Tech” and matters of competition policy set to begin in Congress soon, BPC has launched a new project series that seeks to identify bipartisan recommendations on competition and antitrust. The first event in the series occurred on June 1st and included panelists Dr. Diana L. Moss with the American Antitrust Institute, Dr. Mark Jamison of the University of Florida, Herbert Hovenkamp of the University of Pennsylvania, and Sumit Sharma with Consumer Reports. Panelists discussed recent antitrust legislation and the impacts of data portability and interoperability on competition.

*Some of these quotes were slightly edited for clarity per the speakers’ request.

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