In their article, “Wright Under Consideration as Trump’s Antitrust Chief, Source Says,” David McLaughlin and Jennifer Jacobs quote Allen Grunes: “[Joshua Wright] is out of step with how courts have interpreted the antitrust laws,” said Allen Grunes, a lawyer with the Konkurrenz Group in Washington who also served in the Justice Department’s antitrust division. “Courts have condemned […]
In his article “Trump’s CEO meetings raise concerns among ethics lawyers,” Josh Boak quotes Maurice Stucke: Part of the challenge is not knowing what was precisely said at the meetings. “We don’t know really what they were discussing, what Trump’s response was to that and to what extent that will influence the antitrust review,” said Maurice Stucke, a […]
Steve Lohr in his article “Data Could Be the Next Tech Hot Button for Regulators” quotes Maurice Stucke: “Maurice Stucke, a former Justice Department antitrust official and a professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law, who also spoke at the gathering, said one danger was that consumers might be afforded less privacy than […]
In its “Big Read” article, “Policing the digital cartels: Price-setting algorithms mean regulators must now tackle collusion among machines,” the Financial Times extensively quotes Maurice Stucke and his research with Ariel Ezrachi in their recent book Virtual Competition. The article is available here.
The UK Times Higher Edication magazine selected Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke’s new book, Virtual Competition, as book of the week. Julia Powles writes: “Unravelling the competition (or, to our American friends, antitrust) dimensions of the data-driven economy demands someone of the fearless but measured tenacity of Holmes or, indeed, Vestager. It requires penetrating a […]
In its article, “Cartelli digitali: dimmi chi sei e ti farò il prezzo più alto” about algorithm-fuelled collusion, the Italian newspaper relies on the research by Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke in their new book, Virtual Competition. The article is available here.
In its article, “This ‘Aggregator’ App for Uber and Lyft Rides Hopes to Make the Cut,” Fortune Magazine quotes Maurice Stucke: “Maurice Stucke, of the Konkurrenz Group, told Fortune that this Uber’s approach can be especially problematic if its policy’s purpose is to protect the company’s monopoly or help it become one. ‘The greater the […]
In “They Have, Right Now, Another You,” Sue Halpern favorably reviews Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy, which Maurice Stucke co-authored with Ariel Ezrachi, and Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy. The review in the Dec. 22, 2016 New York Review of Books is available […]
In his article, “Be Warned: How Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google Just Might Control the World: Technology is a two-edged sword. But not for the reason you might expect,” Justin Bariso discussed the work by Maurice Stucke and Ariel Ezrachi on digital assistants. The December 1 article is available here.