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"Google’s Fitbit Deal Tests Merger Cops Eyeing Data Giants"

David McLaughlin and Aoife White, in their Bloomberg article on Google's proposed acquisition of Fitbit, quotes Maurice Stucke:


“It would be a great test case,” said Maurice Stucke, an antitrust law professor at the University of Tennessee who calls companies like Google data-opolies because of the huge amounts of data they hold. “The concern is Google would use this data to help reinforce its dominance in other segments.”


The February 10, 2020 article is available here.

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