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"The case against Facebook: A 'dataopoly' with too much market power"

Ramona Pringle of CBC News in her article quoted Maurice Stucke:


"A company with a monopoly in a traditional, non-digital industry is able to charge consumers higher prices for goods or services due to the lack of competition. In the case of a dataopoly, the results of that unrivalled power can be less privacy, degraded quality of service, and political and social consequences, writes Prof. Maurice Stucke, an antitrust expert at the University of Tennessee College of Law."


The April 7, 2019 article is available here.

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