Big Data in the Wake of Covid-19—A Conundrum for Enforcers

June 17, 2020

Big tech companies have provided critical services during the Covid-19 pandemic, and this factor could make raising the question of whether enforcement agencies will become more hesitant to go after their potential antitrust violations, Robins Kaplan attorneys write. They look at recent announcements by Google, Apple, and Amazon, potential public health uses for big data, and the antitrust implications of these companies’ roles in a post-pandemic world.

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