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"Antitrust, Privacy Concerns Surround Google’s Fitbit Takeover Bid"

The article in PYMNTS.com about how Google‘s plan to buy Fitbit isn’t going as well as it had hoped, "as competition officials across multiple continents worry that the mass control of data by tech giants could have negative implications," quotes Maurice Stucke:


"Maurice Stucke, an antitrust professor at the University of Tennessee, called Google a 'data-opoly,' and said the concern was that the tech giant could use its data to reinforce the hold over large markets."


The February 11, 2020 article is available here.

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