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Maurice Stucke Speaks at Berkeley and Yale

In September, Professor Maurice Stucke presented at the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity Research Symposium on “Data rights, shared value, and re-defining ‘privacy’ and ‘security’ with AI/ML and emerging technologies” where he presented his latest research project, “A New Conceptual Legal Framework for Data-opolies.”

In October, Professor Stucke and his co-author Ariel Ezrachi also presented at a conference organized by Yale’s Law and Business schools, “Big Tech & Antitrust—Competition Policy in the Digital Age.” They were invited to present their Gamemakers chapter of the new book, Competition Overdose, in the plenary session. Professor Stucke was also a commentator and the moderator of the break-out session, “Essential Platforms.”

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