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FTC v. Intel: Applying the “Consumer Choice” Framework to “Pure” Section 5 Allegations

BY | March 2, 2010

Robert Lande, Feb 28, 2010 Much of the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC’s”) Complaint against Intel is identical or similar to charges in cases filed by the European Commission and by…

Robert Lande, Feb 28, 2010

Much of the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC’s”) Complaint against Intel is identical or similar to charges in cases filed by the European Commission and by others, which dealt only with CPU chips.These allegations, if supported by the evidence, involve anticompetitive conduct that significantly harmed consumers worldwide. This Intel behavior should be found to violate Section 2 of the Sherman Act, and should cause the corporation to be subject to an injunctio

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