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Hospital Consolidation Matters
 |  Apr 15, 2024

By: Equitable Growth Team (Washington Center for Equitable Growth) Across the political spectrum in the United States, numerous organizations have raised concerns about the lack of competition within Healthcare markets,…

A New Dawn for African Antitrust in Uganda
 |  Apr 12, 2024

By: Simon M. Mutungi, Ph.D. (African Antitrust) Competition law, originally known as antitrust law, traces its roots back to 19th century North America. During this time, large corporations would enter…

ACM: Fair Competition is No Guarantee for Affordable Energy for Everyone
 |  Apr 11, 2024

By: ACM Blogs (Authority for Consumers and Markets) The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) ensures that businesses in the energy market comply with regulations. This market operates on…

Driving Innovation with Antitrust
 |  Apr 10, 2024

By: Giovanna Masarotto (ProMarket) Innovation is akin to a blessing beyond human control, yet in the realm of policymaking, its impact can be influenced. Examining the computer industry reveals instances…

Enforceable Terms and Arbitration Provisions Important for Providers in Current Crypto Cyberthreat Environment
 |  Mar 29, 2024

By: Jonathan Mollod (Proskauer – Blockchain & The Law) A recent Bloomberg Law article highlights a notable decrease in active civil suits against entities like cryptocurrency exchanges, digital wallet providers,…

Patent Trolls Are Harming Innovation. Congress Can Help
 |  Mar 29, 2024

By: Roslyn Layton (ProMarket) America’s vital system of patent protections, a crucial catalyst for economic vitality, is currently facing significant challenges. Patents incentivize individuals and companies to innovate by granting…

AI in Brazil: Exploring opportunities
 |  Mar 29, 2024

By: Tania Cosentino (Microsoft On the Issues) Interest in artificial intelligence (AI) is burgeoning worldwide, and Brazil is no exception. People are captivated by the innovative capabilities of generative technology,…

The Tech Industry Can’t Agree on What Open-Source AI Means. That’s a Problem
 |  Mar 29, 2024

By: Edd Gent (MIT Technology Review) Suddenly, “open source” has become the latest trend in AI circles. Meta has committed to developing open-source artificial general intelligence, while Elon Musk is…

How an April Fools’ Day On-Air Prank Gone Wrong Could Result in FCC Issues
 |  Mar 29, 2024

By: David Oxenford (Broadcast Law Blog) In this article, David Oxenford discusses the importance for broadcasters to be cautious with on-air pranks, jokes, or other bits, especially around April Fools’…

Can Journalism Survive AI?
 |  Mar 26, 2024

By: Courtney C. Radsch (Brookings Tech Tank) Can journalism withstand the impact of artificial intelligence (AI)? The viability of journalism in the AI era hinges on its ability to adapt…

AI Legal Updates
 |  Mar 20, 2024

By: James Gatto, Moriah Dworkin, Tatev Hovhannisyan & Tiana Garbett (Sheppard Mullin)  The AI landscape is undergoing rapid transformation. To ensure you’re abreast of the latest legal developments in this dynamic space, we’ll be…

Broadband Providers Are Not Copyright Cops: Why the Sony v. Cox Case Threatens Internet Users
 |  Mar 20, 2024

By: John Bergmayer (Public Knowledge) The enduring legal dispute between major record labels and internet service provider Cox Communications continues, with the rights of internet users hanging in the balance.…

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