Competition on the Internet by Gintar SurblytCompetition on the Internet by Gintar Surblyt

Competition on the Internet

byGintar Surblyt

Hardcover | December 4, 2014

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Undeniably widespread and powerful as it is, the Internet is not almighty: it can reach as high as the skies (cloud computing), but it cannot escape competition. Yet, safeguarding competition in "the network of networks" is not without challenges: not only are competitive processes in platform-based industries complex, so is competition law analysis. The latter is often challenged by the difficulties in predicting the outcome of competition, in particular in terms of innovation. Do the specific competition law issues in a digital environment presuppose a reconsideration of competition law concepts and their application? Can current competition law tools be adjusted to the rush pace of dynamic industries? To what extent could competition law be supplemented by regulation - is the latter a foe or rather an ally? This book provides an analysis of recent developments in the most relevant competition law cases in a digital environment on both sides of the Atlantic (the EU and the US) and assesses platform competition issues from a legal as well as an economic point of view.

Title:Competition on the InternetFormat:HardcoverDimensions:108 pagesPublished:December 4, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introductory remarks by Gintare Surblyte.- Selective Distribution and the Internet - Lessons from Case C-439/09 Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique (13 October 2011)by Stefan Enchelmaier.- Internet Competition and E-books: Challenging the Competition Policy Acquis? by Simonetta Vezzoso.- A Note on Price Parity Clauses in Platform Markets by Sebastian Wismer.- FTC v. Google: The Enforcement of Antitrust Law in Online Markets by Ronny Hauck.- A Legal Framework for the Assessment of Discriminatory Behaviour in the ICT Sector by Pablo Ibáñez Colomo.- Competition Concerns in Multi-sided Markets in Mobile Communication by Severin Frank.- The more technological approach - Competition law in the digital economy by Rupprecht Podszun.

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"Analysing some key recent cases anddevelopments in this field, the essays seek to tackle from a legal or economicperspective the broader question of whether the unique features of digitalmarkets require a reconsideration of competition law concepts and tools andtheir application. . provide a wealth of ideas of what the Commission should bethinking about in the context of its latest investigations. From apractitioner's perspective, the book is of largely general or academic interest. ." (Gabriela da Costa, European Competition Law Review, Issue 11, 2015)