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  1. OECD Disruptive innovation and competition policy enforcement -Note by Alexandre de Streel and Pierre Larouche. OECD Disruptive innovation and competition policy enforcement.
  2. European Parliament, Dr Miguel POIARES MADURO, et al. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2017/595362/IPOL_STU(2017)595362_EN.pdf
  3. Antitrust: e-commerce sector inquiry finds geo-blocking is widespread throughout EU.  EU 4. IP-16-922_EN
  4. Remedies for Breaches of EU Antitrust Law, by Cyril Ritter. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2781441
  5. Theories of Self-Preferencing Under Article 102 TFEU: A Reply to Bo Vesterdorf (April 29, 2015). By Petit, Nicolas http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2592253
  6. Big data and EU antitrust: Frank Fine. Head of International Antitrust, De Heng Law Offices, Executive Director, China Institute of Intl Antitrust and Investment. December 5th, 2016.
  7. The European Commission is taking aim at Google which it says may be abusing a dominant position within the Android mobile smartphone market. The Commission believes that Google’s agreements with manufacturers who wish to preinstall Google Mobile Services (GMS), Google phone apps, on their devices come with conditions that harm competition and consumers. Moreover, the Commission believes that Google’s agreements with manufacturers not to fork Android—that is not change or neglect the software in a way that would make it incompatible with Google Android—prevents them from selling devices that use competing Android operating systems, thus further preventing them from introducing apps and services that could compete with Google. November 21th, 2016.
  8. Nicolas Petit: This paper originates from a disconnect. On the one hand, technology pundits daily describe the information and communications technologies giants (the “technology giants” or the “tech giants”) as oligopoly firms at war with each other. In 2012, Farhad Manjoo wrote in Fast Company a column entitled “The Great Tech War of 2012: Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon Battle for the Future of the Innovation Economy”. A year later, Manjoo inaugured in Slate a fictional dialogue with Matt Yglesias entitled “War Games: Google vs. Apple” with the following sub-narrative “what would happen if the world’s two great powers went to (actual) war”. October 20th, 2016.
  9. Competition investigations in digital markets are focused increasingly on future markets and for that reason incentives to invest and innovate need to be taken into account to a greater extent than in traditional ‘brick and mortar’ industries. In particular, competition authorities should focus on the notion of potential competition in such markets. Therefore, products that at first glance do not seem to pose a competitive threat on a monopolist, may be considered as future substitutes taking into account the fast changing phase of product characteristics. July 7th, 2016.

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